Steven Chu Articles

Chu: Keystone a 'Political' Decision 'Not a Scientific One'

11:35 AM, Feb 04, 2014

Curtis Williams, of Oil & Gas Journal, reports that former Energy Secretary Steven Chu had this to say about the Keystone pipeline project:

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Ex-Energy Secretary Praises Solyndra-Style Loans: 'More Successful Than Wall Street'

7:17 AM, Jun 10, 2013

Ex-energy secretary Steven Chu is still praising Solyndra-style loans. He did it most recently in an interview with San Francisco Chronicle.

The paper asks, "When you look back, is there anything you'd do differently about Solyndra?"

Chu responds: 


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Goodbye to Mr. Chu

11:17 AM, Feb 05, 2013

Secretary of Energy Steven Chu is leaving and in parting, writes this about his time in office and the green energy investments his department made:

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Energy Secretary Reviews Avengers on Facebook, Sees Promise of Green Energy in Hollywood Movie

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1:31 PM, May 18, 2012

Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, a recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physics, takes to Facebook today to review the Avengers, a movie about a bunch of superheroes banding together to save the world, “which focuses on a new, limitless clean energy source called ‘The Tesseract,’” according to Chu.

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Fallon Mocks Secretary Chu for Giving Himself High Marks on Gas Prices

9:56 AM, Mar 22, 2012

Late night comedian Jimmy Fallon ridiculed Energy Secretary Steven Chu for earlier this week giving himself an A- for how he's handled high gas prices:

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Congressman Grills Energy Secretary

2:43 PM, Mar 21, 2012

President Obama's secretary of energy, Steven Chu, is a smart guy. But in these two clips, from a hearing on the Hill yesterday, Rep. Jim Jordan seems to get the better of the cabinet member:

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Energy Secretary Defends Federally Funded Electric Car Research

11:42 AM, Apr 01, 2011

At a breakfast with reporters this morning, Energy secretary Steven Chu spoke about the Obama administration’s dedication to researching and developing alternative sources of energy. Chu referred at one point to advances in electric vehicle batteries as a point of promising federally funded research.

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