Politico: Jeb Bush on Energy Solutions

Politico covers Jeb Bush’s vision for America’s energy future:

“It’s something we should put aside the differences and apply with enthusiasm, create a strategy that would make that happen,” Jeb Bush said.

Recently Governor Bush spoke on the issue of energy policy in America:

At the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library last month in Simi Valley, Calif., Jeb Bush called for a bipartisan agreement on natural gas development that came with a direct reference to what that can do to tackle climate change.

“It’s something we should put aside the differences and apply with enthusiasm, create a strategy that would make that happen,” Jeb Bush said. “And if it did, imagine the benefits. We’d have the lowest cost energy source in the world to re-industrialize our country. It would lessen greenhouse gas emissions as more power is generated with natural gas and less from coal.”

Bush went on to say:

“We should continue as we have been doing, to consume less,” Jeb Bush said. “The simple fact is that conservation is the cheapest energy policy that we can get. The energy we don’t use is the best means by which we can create a comprehensive strategy.”

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