The Bush Administration’s Stance on the Energy Bill

Editor’s Note…Some major decisions concerning the future of energy policy in the United States are being explored right now in the halls of Congress. Behind closed doors, committee wrangling is working towards consolidating comprehensive energy legislation which has been passed by both the House and Senate. Even the slightest changes can have fruitful or devastating consequences for the many renewable energy industries for years to come. Curious how the Bush Administration feels about all the issues? Since that’s the last stop before any Energy Bill could become law, the administration’s stance is pivotal to the future of energy policy in the U.S. This week’s RE Insider by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Spencer Abraham summarizes the Bush Administration’s views on energy policy through a letter to Pete V. Domenici, Chairman, House, Senate Conference on H.R. 6.…download the .PDF on SolarAccess.com

Editor’s Note… Some major decisions concerning the future of energy policy in the United States are being explored right now in the halls of Congress. Behind closed doors, committee wrangling is working towards consolidating comprehensive energy legislation which has been passed by both the House and Senate. Even the slightest changes can have fruitful or devastating consequences for the many renewable energy industries for years to come. Curious how the Bush Administration feels about all the issues? Since that’s the last stop before any Energy Bill could become law, the administration’s stance is pivotal to the future of energy policy in the U.S. This week’s RE Insider by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Spencer Abraham summarizes the Bush Administration’s views on energy policy through a letter to Pete V. Domenici, Chairman, House, Senate Conference on H.R. 6. Download the .PDF RE Insider at the link below…
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