Steven Chu testifying anon

You can watch him present Obama’s fiscal 2012 DOE budget request in front of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee here.

Politico’s Morning Energy says, “The hearing is slated to start directly following completion of the panel’s 9:30 a.m. subcommittee assignments markup.”  Hence ‘anon’, a word I’ve always wanted to use in a blog post!

11 Responses to Steven Chu testifying anon

  1. Prokaryotes says:

    If it is about clean tech Murkowski is there to slash and burn.

  2. Prokaryotes says:

    Chu connects the dots with National Security. This can not be stressed often enough.

  3. Prokaryotes says:

    Game Changer, Energy Race, Manhatten Project, bold statements from Chu, which association comes when they are most needed.

  4. Prokaryotes says:

    Toyota puts 15 engineers just to figure out how to recharge air zinc batteries, which are used in hearing devices, and integrate them best into cars.

    Now someone ask how to prevent power outages during cold spells, when natural gas supply fails in new mexico. Nice to point out that fossil energy can not deliver very good.

  5. Prokaryotes says:

    Murkowski talks now about the protest in the arabic world and oil reservoirs. Chu points out that it is about 1 day of supply which is affected.

    Uhh, clean coal counts as CES???

  6. Prokaryotes says:

    Chu things 3-500 miles electric vehicles with charging over night are in reach!

  7. 350 Now says:

    Anyone want to offer up a prayer of thanks to the universe that Chris Coons is on this committee instead of non-witch Christine O’Donnell. Small miracles everywhere, actually…

  8. Prokaryotes says:

    Funding for Carbon Sequestration, i wonder if they will run Biochar projects to test scaling of this technology.

  9. Prokaryotes says:

    Could Chu please start talking about Biochar when referring to sequestering carbon. We need to direct most of the 4 billion for carbon sequestration to this technology.

  10. Jay Alt says:

    Caught the last 30 minutes or so. Chu is very effective, able to discuss anything. Unfortunately I didn’t see alot of listeners on the minority side of the aisle.