Medlock testifies at energy hearing

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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Click here to read his responses to questions for the record.