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Secretary Richard K. Sullivan Jr.

Secretary Richard K. Sullivan Jr.

Secretary, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

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Last week I visited a clean energy company in Boston with Governor Patrick who delivered a rousing speech about Massachusetts' leadership on clean energy and outlined an ambitious energy agenda. Speaking to an audience of more than 200 business leaders at Fast Cap Systems, the Governor talked about the state's clean energy accomplishments and why they're important. Check out the video of the Governor's speech below. You can also view the text from the Governor's speech online.

 

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