DOE's Sell discusses 'new energy reality' as clean technologies are implemented
With all the attention being paid to energy efficiency and renewables in Congress, how will Americans react to the new technologies required to implement these new forms of energy? During today's E&ETV Event Coverage, Clay Sell, deputy secretary of the Department of Energy, discusses the Bush administration's plan for using greater efficiency and diversifying clean energy sources in order to increase energy security. Sell says Americans must adjust to a "new energy reality" in order for implementation of new technologies to be successful. He also outlines five steps to addressing our infrastructure needs.