Sunday, December 11, 2011

Development of New Energy Sources

Green energy deserves full, fair shot
December 10, 2011 - More energy from the sun hits Earth in one hour than all the energy consumed on our planet in an entire year.

In those terms, it is absurd that our federal government spends tens of billions of dollars annually subsidizing the oil industry, which pulls diminishing resources from underground, while the industry focused above ground on wind, solar and other renewable energies is derided in Washington.

Federal support for development of new energy sources is lower today than at any other point in U.S. history, and our government is forcing the clean-energy sector into a competitive disadvantage.

To bring true competition to the energy market, ensure our national security and create jobs here rather than in China or elsewhere, we must level the playing field for renewable energies.

In this presidential primary, Americans need to hear where the candidates stand on this critical issue. read more>>>

1 comment:

  1. Arnold Schwarenegger has made his mistakes. But he carries a good point across about the presidential candidates and getting solor power out there to the people. Keep up the good work and stay on a good green path.