Obama announces $120 million for clean energy

OFFICIAL WHITE HOUSE PHOTO/PETE SOUZA

Denali seen from Air Force One over Alaska. US President Barack Obama visited Alaska earlier in September to push for fighting climate change.

Biden visits California, a national leader on clean energy, pushing solar technology and ramping up pressure on the US and other countries


The administration of US President Barack Obama announced on September 16 more than $120 million in efforts to support clean energy through innovation, including in solar power and other energy sources.

The effort will be deployed across 24 US states in an attempt to promote “smart, simple, low-cost technologies to help America transition to cleaner and more distributed energy sources, help households save on their energy bills, and to address climate change,” the White House said.

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