So Bill Gates, superstar venture capitalist John Doerr, GE boss Jeff Immelt , Bank of America chairman Charles Holliday and former Lockheed Martin chairman Norm Augustine walk into a room. And these private sector titans ask for… government help. Seriously….
Fanning joins a group of America’s leading business executives who came together in 2010 to promote energy innovation.
Widespread public sector investment in basic energy technology is critical to complement private investment and drive long-term economic growth in America and globally.
The hearing will address a range of energy reform legislation, including reauthorization and reform of the America COMPETES Act, originally passed in 2007.