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Claire Gapenne's solo project. She makes nuke music. [email protected]

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Energy Secretary Rick Perry said Wednesday global efforts to shift away from fossil fuels were "immoral," threatening economic developments in poorer nations.

"Look those people in the eyes that are starving and tell them you can't have electricity," he said. "Because as a society we decided fossil fuels were bad. I think that is immoral."

The comments followed a sprawling speechat the CERAWeek by IHS Markit energy conference in which Perry declared the United States has entered an age of a new "energy realism," in which the country would increasingly supply the world with oil and gas, coal, wind and other forms of energy.

"America is now on the cusp of energy independence but the president wants to see this go further. He wants to share America's energy bounty with the world," Perry said. "We're going to be exporting multiple fuels. and we will export the same technologies that made us a clean abundant energy producer."

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The former Texas governor did not mention the term "climate change," a controversial topic within the administration since President Donald Trump pulled out of the Paris agreement on climate change last year.

But the topic hung over his speech. He cited the decline in U.S. carbon emission between 2005 and 2014, largely attributed to the power sector's shift from coal to natural gas and renewables.

"The lesson's 'clear we don't have to choose between growing the economy and caring for the environment," Perry said.

Since taking office last year, Perry has promoted an "all of the above" energy strategy towards lowering energy costs and growing the U.S. economy - a script he largely stuck to Wednesday.

But behind the scenes, his department has shown a predilection for aiding the coal sector.

In September he proposed the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission increase rates for coal and nuclear power plants that have shuttered at a fast clip in recent years. Commissioners ultimately rejected the proposal earlier this year Republicans and Democrats criticized the plan as a government giveaway promoted by coal magnate Robert Murray, CEO of Murray Energy.

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