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Powering Innovation: Technology and Our Energy Future

Wednesday, November 13, 2013 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

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(Charlie Archambault)

Recent energy debates in Washington have focused mostly on government policies, including climate and clean energy standards, that could help increase the use of American resources, shift to cleaner sources of energy and help reduce air emissions. Buried in these debates is the importance of research and development of new energy technologies for both fossil fuels and renewables.

This event explored the importance of R&D in America's new energy landscape, looking into the right role for the federal government to play in helping trigger new energy technologies with keynote remarks and an interview with The Honorable Joe Manchin (D-W.VA.) An expert panel discussed what the oil and natural gas boom taught us about private-sector investment, whether is it possible for Washington to encourage new innovation without picking winners and losers, and how America can build support for clean-energy and capitalize on vast reserves of oil and natural gas.

Please see below for the complete archive video of the event.

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