They are antiquated. They stop power from being transmitted.”But rather than solely focus on vast new infrastructure, Clinton implored participants to consider how big change can be made through more mundane efforts such as improving energy efficiency, building by building. Steve Marcus Former President Bill Clinton speaks during the National Clean Energy Summit 2.0 at UNLV on Monday, Aug. 10, 2009. “I think it is worth remembering that the least sexy topic is where the most jobs are,” Clinton said in a keynote address after lunch.Clinton said most energy plans are “just piddling” compared with the 7 million jobs the country has lost in the recession.“We’re still just playing with this,” Clinton said.
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