0512 Executive Digest.IR 2

Zpryme
 
Included in Zpryme’s new special “Inside Clean Energy: A 13-Page Special Report on the Current State of U.S. Clean Energy,” there are major challenges facing the U.S., and one of the most important is to meet growing energy demands.

“In the last few years, we’ve seen wind and solar become mainstream and a cost competitive energy resources for the United States,” said John McDonald, director of technical strategy and policy development of GE’s digital energy business to Zpryme. “While the wind market faces some uncertainty in 2012 with the expiration of the Production Tax Credit, wind — and renewables more broadly — will continue to play an important role in meeting our future energy demands.”

With shaky renewable energy support from the U.S. public, gas prices at an all-time high (despite a slight drop this week), spending from the 2009 stimulus bill mostly spent and a presidential race bringing significant focus to energy policy, clean energy must become more than a political focal point.

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0512 Executive Digest.IR 2

Zpryme
 
Included in Zpryme’s new special “Inside Clean Energy: A 13-Page Special Report on the Current State of U.S. Clean Energy,” there are major challenges facing the U.S., and one of the most important is to meet growing energy demands.

“In the last few years, we’ve seen wind and solar become mainstream and a cost competitive energy resources for the United States,” said John McDonald, director of technical strategy and policy development of GE’s digital energy business to Zpryme. “While the wind market faces some uncertainty in 2012 with the expiration of the Production Tax Credit, wind — and renewables more broadly — will continue to play an important role in meeting our future energy demands.”

With shaky renewable energy support from the U.S. public, gas prices at an all-time high (despite a slight drop this week), spending from the 2009 stimulus bill mostly spent and a presidential race bringing significant focus to energy policy, clean energy must become more than a political focal point.