Institute for 21st Century Energy launches new campaign

The US Chamber of Commerce's Institute for 21st Century Energy launched a new advocacy platform, Energy Works for US, aimed at convincing the Obama administration and Congress to adopt policies that reflect the dramatically improved US energy outlook. "Some things have changed—tectonically—since 2008 when we released our Blueprint for Security America's Energy Future," Institute Pres. Karen R. Harbert said during an event at the US Chamber's headquarters unveiling the strategy. "Others have not. We still stand ready to work with the administration and Congress on these issues and opportunities." Energy Works for US consists of 64 specific, actionable recommendations in...

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