Energy Technology & Coal

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    We must constantly strive to increase and improve our energy supplies. There has been a lot of controversy in my state over the coal industry. The industry is working hard to produce clean coal and to remain competitive in outside markets. We should permit all of these entities to work towards a better future and less dependence on foreign suppliers.

    Greg Crist

    Ansted, West Virginia

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    Nigel James Sutton

    Delegate,
    Annapolis, Maryland

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    Affordable Energy- I will work to keep electricity rates low. Keep rates affordable for families is critically important to me.

    Zak Hookstra

    Board Member,
    Norfolk, Nebraska

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    Alternative Energy shall always be number one in options for the state of Idaho. Regulations should be implemented to help ensure safety and security to our wildlife and environment.

    Robert Winder

    State Representative,
    Boise, Idaho

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    In New Mexico, it is vital that we lead the nation and the world in research and application of solar and wind technology. Greater research needs to be done on the French policy of recycling nuclear waste rather than store housing all of it in WIPP. Coal is not the energy of the future; transitioning away from it, however, must be done in increments, with intention, and with attention to jobs.

    Joy I. Garratt

    State Senator,
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

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    Energy production is an absolute necessity in a civilized society. While I believe that we should encourage cleaner solutions to our energy needs, we should never fall short of meeting energy demand or pass on unreasonable cost increases to the public in the name of environmental protection, so long as reasonable care is taken to minimize the environmental impact of energy production.

    John P. Hoop

    State Assembly,
    Signal Hill, California

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