The president's clean-energy initiatives need a macho, hard-selling champion.
One reason: many red states would benefit economically from the construction and growth of clean-energy infrastructure.
Both countries have outspent the U.S. on clean-energy research projects—China by almost double.
What we need to be worried about is a jobs deficit, along with infrastructure, education, and clean-energy deficits.
Sen. Mike Enzi opposed the stimulus law that President Obama used to fund his clean-energy initiative.
For clean-energy evangelists, big business has long been the bad guy.
He'll bang the drum for clean-energy jobs in front of Congress, hoping that investments could revitalize his adopted home.
clean-energy advocates couldn't have asked for a better visual this week.
As the owner of the panels, SolarCity also reaps the valuable tax credits associated with clean-energy production.
But it is Dooley who is driving the train, preaching the clean-energy gospel to other Tea Party groups.