Thursday, June 10, 2010

A Call to Triple U.S. Spending on Energy Research - NYTimes.com

Glad to see this

The group, which includes Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft; Jeffrey R. Immelt, chief executive of General Electric; and John Doerr, a top venture capitalist, urges the government to more than triple spending on energy research and development, to $16 billion a year. And it recommends creation of a national energy board to guide investment decisions toward radical advances in energy technology.

A Call to Triple U.S. Spending on Energy Research - NYTimes.com

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