Energy secretary says U.S. losing edge, but can recover

2009-12-01T09:38:17+00:00

During a visit to Clemson University, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu said the type of innovation found at the University is part of what is needed to help the United States solve its energy problems.  Presently the U.S. is losing its superiority in the clean energy race as China and other countries are moving ahead [...]

Energy secretary says U.S. losing edge, but can recover2009-12-01T09:38:17+00:00

Energy secretary announces $16 million for Iowa

2016-11-23T15:02:06+00:00

 In an announcement given on Monday June 22, 2009, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu state Iowa will receive $16 million for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, an amount that likely will grow to $40 million as the state ramps up its efforts. According to the anouncement, officials will monitor the initial state spending before allocating the [...]

Energy secretary announces $16 million for Iowa2016-11-23T15:02:06+00:00

Cabinet pick says wind energy hinges on power line issue

2009-01-14T19:20:38+00:00

Washington, D.C. — Steven Chu, the Nobel laureate selected to be the next energy secretary, says the lack of high-voltage transmission lines is "by far and away the biggest obstacle" to expanding the use of wind power. But he disagrees with taking authority away from states to decide where lines should go. Some advocates of [...]

Cabinet pick says wind energy hinges on power line issue2009-01-14T19:20:38+00:00