Update: The conversation is over. Here’s a video of it:
Want to hear what Energy Secretary Steven Chu and Senator Mark Udall (D-CO) think about the future of the US wind industry? Have questions you want to ask them? Today’s your opportunity.
At 4pm ET on energy.gov/live, the two clean energy leaders “will discuss the progress of wind energy and the importance of robust policy support to ensure continued American leadership in the sector,” the Department of Energy (DOE) writes. “The event will be livestreamed on energy.gov/live, and we’ll be taking questions from both in-person and online audiences.”
You can submit questions a few ways:
- via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- via Facebook (post a comment on the DOE page)
- via Google+ (post a comment on the DOE page)
- or by tweeting @ENERGY using #AskEnergy.
Join in. Have fun.
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