Energy Technology & Coal

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    Within a reasonable balance of environmental guidelines, the full range of energy alternatives must be allowed to be developed by the free-market to increase supply and drive down costs. This policy is a major component of forming a strong economy and a strong economy is our best approach to dealing with an out-of-control and dangerous level of public debt.

    Jess Edwards

    State Representative,
    Auburn, New Hampshire

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    I have the sense that a wide variety of energy sources will be invented and used in the next 50 years. In many respects, we have little choice but to increase the types of energy beyond oil and coal. As I stated, people are America’s greatest resource. Obviously, natural resources are vital. Regardless of type of resource, I will work to promote efficiency, economy, and sustainability.

    Jose M. Evans

    City-County Council,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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    Frank T. Short

    Trustee,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    We must use all of our domestic resources to keep energy costs as affordable as possible - and each state has different resources for doing that. In Indiana over 80% of our electricity is coal powered. We use it cleaner than ever before and it is one of the main reasons we are a top manufacturing state.

    Suzie Jaworowski

    State Senator,
    Fishers, Indiana

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    The results are in, as a state we must move away from coal and work to embrace new technologies that will leave our children and grandchildren with the same opportunities that we had.

    Pamela Hickman

    State Senator,
    Indianapolis

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    Improve our energy footprint and efficiencies. Pass the XL Pipeline and get people to work. Draft legislation for the EPA to work with oil companies to increase the number of oil processing refineries and upgrade and retrofit older ones.

    Cat Ping

    U.S. Representative,
    Indianapolis , Indiana

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