US Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources to Hold Hearing on Investments in Clean Energy and Green Jobs on December 10

United States Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources

The United States Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources will hold a hearing on Wednesday, December 10th regarding investments in clean energy and natural resources projects and programs to create green jobs and to stimulate the economy.  The individuals providing testimony at this hearing will be:

Panel 1

  • Mr. Bracken Hendricks – Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
  • Mr. Kevin Book – Senior Analyst and Senior Vice President, Friedman Billings Ramsey & Company, Inc.
  • Mr. Malcolm Woolf - Director, Maryland Energy Association
  • Mr. Joe Loper – Vice President of Policy and Research, Alliance to Save Energy
  • Mr. Steve Hauser – Vice President, GridPoint

Panel 2

  • Dr. Cassandra Moseley – Director of the Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon
  • Mr. Mark Limbaugh – Former Assistant Secretary for Water and Science, U.S. Department of the Interior
  • Mr. Denis Galvin – Former Deputy Director, National Park Service

The hearing will begin at 9:30 am in room SD-366 of the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C.

One Reply to “US Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources to Hold Hearing on Investments in Clean Energy and Green Jobs on December 10”

  1. I have the ultimate idea for boosting the economy. Instead of pouring billons of dollars into the hands of incompetent greedy CEOs or huge coorporations here is a better idea. There are roughly 238,061,000 Americans 17 years of age and up. Give everyone of the 2 million dollars. That adds up to the government only pushing out 476,122,000. That is a lot less then the billions that they are loosing bailing out these huge companies. Give us the money, we will spend it. Pay off our debts, buy houses, vehicles, and this my friends is how you stimulate the economy. Think about it, we would not only stimulate the economy but we would end homelessness and starvation in our own contry. We are democracy, we are the people, we are the Americans. Why give our money to people who threw it away in the first place?

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