More R&D Cash Needed To Fuel Energy Changes, Feds Hear

Law360 (February 7, 2019, 6:35 PM EST) -- The federal government needs to pony up a lot more research and development cash to keep up with efforts to decarbonize the U.S. economy and deploy more clean energy technology while ensuring national security, energy policy experts told a House appropriations panel Wednesday.

While Democratic lawmakers outside the U.S. Capitol unveiled their ambitious Green New Deal that among other things, calls for 100 percent clean and renewable electricity and net-zero carbon emissions, House appropriations' energy and water development subcommittee members inside heard testimony that the innovative technologies that could help fulfill the Green New Deal's ambitions won't be successfully developed and commercialized without...

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