Republican Governors Lead in Clean Energy Policy - The Minute | 3BL Media

3BL Media - Thursday, 16 February 2017
There’s an unexpected fact in today’s topsy turvy politics: Republican governors are taking the lead in clean energy. A post on The Hill website notes that two former governors who are now cabinet members set the pattern: Rick Perry, the new Secretary of Energy, supported market-based, renewable energy technology that made Texas the national leader in wind energy. And South Carolina’s, Nikki Haley, now UN Ambassador, was an advocate of solar energy development and of regulatory reform to create an advanced energy economy. Read more: http://bit.ly/2kQxZg4

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