Obama Wants $ 7-$ 9 Gas Prices.  His Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu, "openly suggested that higher gasoline prices would solve America’s energy problems forcing people to buy over-priced, inefficient alternative energy cars."

Obama Wants $ 7-$ 9 Gas Prices. His Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu, "openly suggested that higher gasoline prices would solve America’s energy problems forcing people to buy over-priced, inefficient alternative energy cars."

Bill Gates & Energy Secretary Steven Chu Discuss 21st Century Energy Challenges

American Solar Challenge Stage 4 Result, Bill Gates & Steven Chu’s Discussion on Energy

Steven Chu US Energy Secretary

Q&A: Steven Chu on returning to Stanford, his time as U.S. Energy Secretary

Secretary Steven Chu hosts an online town hall to discuss President Obama's clean energy and innovation agenda.

Steven Chu 1997    Born: 28 February 1948, St. Louis, MO, USA    Affiliation at the time of the award: Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA    Prize motivation: "for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light"    Field: Atomic physics

Steven Chu, The Nobel Prize in Physics "for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light", atomic physics

Steven Chu Solves Utility Companies' Death Spiral

Steven Chu Solves Utility Companies' Death Spiral

Steven Chu, Utility Companies, The Death, Climate Change, Secretary, Rooftops, Solar, Spirals, Florida

Former US Secretary Of Energy Steven Chu Joins Amprius Board | CleanTechnica

Former US Secretary Of Energy Steven Chu Joins Amprius Board

Will Falling Oil Prices Kill Wind and Solar Power  - Former U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu weighs in on the future of energy -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Will Falling Oil Prices Kill Wind and Solar Power? - Scientific American Steven Chu, professor of physics and molecular and cellular physiology at Stanford University, and former Energy Secretary in the Obama administration.

Secretary of Energy Steven Chu resigned 2/1/13, he writes of our moral responsibility for action amid growing evidence we're making weather more extreme

Chu Resigns, Writes Of Our ‘Moral Responsibility’ For Action Amid Growing Evidence We’re Making Weather More Extreme

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