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Will Alaska continue as an energy leader?

...the development of our renewable energy. No other state has such defined potential. For Alaska to continue to be an energy leader long into my lifetime, Alaskans must support clean energy legislation, and our senators must prepare us for the future...
Senate energy leader weighs options on opening ANWR

The chairman of the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee wants a national energy bill to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling.
Gulf oil crisis calls for leadership, not for protection of oil interestes

...for my children, I strongly urge Sen. Murkowski to look beyond Alaska's vested interest in oil and gas and be an energy leader for the future. Make something worthwhile come of this crisis. Kate Troll has more than 18 years of experience in...
Oil spill calls out for a national shift

...bird or the announcement of one more business shutting its doors before we commit to making the United States a clean energy leader. Jerome Ringo, former president and current board member of the Apollo Alliance, is senior executive for global...
My turn: Reduce fossil fuel dependence

...increase over time. Fossil fuel energy has risen 400 percent during the past 10 years. Alaska could be a renewable energy leader. The fundamental difference between fossil fuel and renewable energy is that renewable energy is clean and lasts forever...
Expert to discuss future of energy in Alaska

...Holdmann launches the Science for Alaska 2010 lecture series tonight with a talk about how Alaska can emerge as an energy leader. Holdmann will discuss how the state should pinpoint methods for stabilizing energy prices and reducing its vulnerability...


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