At last week’s “Road to 2016” energy forum in Des Moines, Iowa, sponsored by America’s Power, InsideSources was able to ask several likely presidential contenders, each from one of the country’s top five energy producing states, to comment on building a diverse energy portfolio, EPA regulations, and the importance of coal in keeping electricity affordable and reliable.
IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR ACCCE - Senator Rick Santorum talks about energy policy at the Road to 2016 energy luncheon in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday, April 9, 2015. The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity and InsideSources kicked off the first of six energy policy discussions leading up to the 2016 elections. (Conrad Schmidt/AP Images for ACCCE)
Here’s What Likely Presidential Candidates Are Saying About Reliable, Affordable Energy
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