As we prepare for Breaking Energy’s 38 Degrees event in Washington, DC in October, we wanted to find new ways for the voices of our energy community leaders to be heard even when they couldn’t attend the event in person.
Former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman has built on her leadership in the CASEnergy Coalition and her vast experience as an EPA Administrator to bring attention to some of the most pressing issues in the energy sector. Especially after the Fukushima accident in 2011 and the resulting storm of controversy around the nuclear industry, Whitman took a brave stance and relied on the facts to make clear arguments about often difficult and complex topics.
We asked her to sum up for us the top issues she feels the energy industry needs to address today, and she gave us a detailed and clear response that upcoming attendees at our 38 Degrees event will appreciate and resonate with our broader audience. We welcome your voice in the discussion about the most important issues facing the energy business today, and look for more Voices of Energy videos in the coming weeks.
To find out more about the 38 Degrees event and to register, visit the conference page here.