That means alternative energy landscape will differ by geographical region, he said. For instance, South Carolina might concentrate on nuclear power, while Alaska will gravitate toward wind, geothermal and tidal power.
"I think he knocked it out of the park. He hit a home run," said Geldhof, who pointed out that he's a Republican. "This speech tells me he's accountable, that he's learned a lot over the last two years and that he’s going to work to get the job done."