In testimony Thursday to the Senate Committee on Energy Natural Resources, Kenneth Medlock, senior director of the Center for Energy Studies, said that "the U.S. has a very dense, redundant and relatively reliable energy architecture ... Of course, aging infrastructure requires maintenance and modernization to capture the latest technological innovations, and doing so will go a long way to ensuring a 21st century competitive advantage for U.S. interests." Watch Medlock's full testimony here: http://bit.ly/2E4Y16q. (Testimony begins at 00:55:51)
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