For our history buff viewers, you’re familiar with The Marshall Plan — the U.S. program that provided aid to Western Europe following World War II. Named for the plan’s creator, then-U.S. Secretary of State George Marshall, the U.S. plan helped reconstruct cities, industries and infrastructure damaged from the war. As a result of helping our allies, the U.S. also reaped tremendous economic benefits from new trade opportunities.
Recalling that incredible success, we propose a “Clean Energy Marshall Plan” – one that can make our energy sector cleaner AND more reliable here in the U.S. and around the globe, while making the American economy even stronger.
Watch more about a four-step strategy to achieve this, by innovating, permitting, building and exporting.