At Iowa forum, U.S. energy secretary stresses security: Moniz praises state’s leadership in ‘clean energy revolution’

By Rod Boshart, The Gazette 

MonizDES MOINES — U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz opened a two-day swing through Iowa on Friday by praising the state’s leadership in “this clean energy revolution” with its emphasis on wind, solar and biofuels that will aid in reducing dependence on foreign oil and bolster energy security. Moniz said he was impressed by Gov. Terry Branstad’s expectation that 40 percent of Iowa’s electricity would come from wind energy by 2020, and he called Iowa “forward-looking” in coupling its low-cost, reliable energy with economic development. Read more. Photo Credit: Reuters

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