Innovation

Energy Innovation: A Key to All of the Above Jobs

Conservative clean energy innovation that focuses on clean coal, nuclear, and hydro power is, “an economic opportunity, a huge job creator,” says conservative businessman Jay Faison.

Energy innovation is the key to creating high paying, all of the above energy jobs in the United States. This was the consensus at a recent event on the Future of Energy Policy in the 115th Congress.

Senate Energy and Natural Resources Chairman Senator Lisa Murkowski, conservative businessman and ClearPath founder Jay Faison, and Meera Kohler, President of the Alaska Village Electric Cooperative engaged in a thoughtful idea exchange about how an emerging class of skilled energy innovation jobs can improve American competitiveness in the global economy.

Conservative clean energy innovation that focuses on clean coal, nuclear, and hydro power is, “an economic opportunity, a huge job creator,” noted Faison during the conversation. The panel discussion, hosted by the American Council for Capital Formation, can be viewed here in its entirety.


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