A new energy approach

The transition to a new team of Cabinet-level officials presents the opportunity for a useful course correction on US energy policy. The administration of President Barack Obama will not stray from its commitment to respond urgently to climate change and to promote energy sources devoid of hydrocarbons, of course. But it might abandon tactics that simply waste public money. The nominee to one Executive Branch leadership position especially important to energy has been confirmed by the Senate. He's Jack Lew, former White House chief of staff and Citigroup executive, who will be Secretary of the Treasury. His department doesn't appear often on lists of those crucial to energy. It should. En...

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