Kuster Highlights Future Priorities with Energy Secretary Granholm
**Kuster’s full remarks are available here**
Washington, D.C. — Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02), a Member of the prominent Energy and Commerce Committee, questioned U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm about the department’s budget for Fiscal Year 2024. During the hearing, Kuster urged continued action to expand clean energy generation and long-duration storage.
“Achieving our clean energy goals and lowering energy costs for hardworking families requires coordination between Congress, the administration, and our state and local leaders. Today’s hearing began that important process,” said Kuster. “Thank you to Secretary Granholm for joining us today and for being a steadfast partner in our work to improve our energy grid and build a more resilient clean energy future for all.”
During the hearing, Kuster questioned the secretary on a number of energy priorities for New Hampshire, including: