Assistant Secretary Dan Simmons used to work for an organization that advocated the elimination of the office he now heads. Now he says he supports DOE’s renewable energy mission.
The Electric Power Station · 18 minutes · 4 years ago
Ep. 9: DOE renewables chief vows support for office amid proposed budget cutsAssistant Secretary Dan Simmons used to work for …
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