National Clean Energy Summit

Thursday, September 4, 2014

WireAP_e15e2f83f3944b139869b5ff7b857a0f_16x9_992Hillary Rodham Clinton appeared at the National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas. The event was hosted by U.S. Senate Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid. Clinton said that the United States should become the world leader in clean energy. She continued to say that climate change is a real threat, but it isn’t too late for the United States to take the lead in creating clean energy. Clinton said, “”If we come together to make the hard choices, the smart investment in infrastructure, technology and environmental protection, America can be the clean energy superpower for the 21st century.”

A video from the event is not currently available, but one will be posted when/if available.

News and Photo Source: ABC News

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