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McNerney is an expert in [[wind engineering]] and [[renewable energy]] and holds a Ph.D in mathematics.
 
McNerney is an expert in [[wind engineering]] and [[renewable energy]] and holds a Ph.D in mathematics.
  
His take on energy is long complex worth reading and located here.[http://jerrymcnerney.org/issues_details.asp?id=4]
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His take on energy is long and complex; it is worth reading and is located here: [http://jerrymcnerney.org/issues_details.asp?id=4]
  
He has a blog located here:[http://weblog.jerrymcnerney.com]
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He has a blog located here: [http://weblog.jerrymcnerney.com]
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
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McNerney is also a non-graduate Alumni of West Point and has a son serving in Iraq.
McNerney is also a non graduate Alumni of West Point and has a son serving in Iraq.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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McNerney's Green Allie Senator [[Jon Tester]].<!-- Ally? -->
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McNerney's Green Allie Senator [[Jon Tester]]
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Latest revision as of 02:53, 6 December 2015

Gerald "Jerry" McNerney is a mathematician, engineer, and energy specialist elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in the 2006 House election to represent California's 11th congressional district.

McNerney is an expert in wind engineering and renewable energy and holds a Ph.D in mathematics.

His take on energy is long and complex; it is worth reading and is located here: [1]

He has a blog located here: [2]

Trivia[edit]

McNerney is also a non-graduate Alumni of West Point and has a son serving in Iraq.

See also[edit]

McNerney's Green Allie Senator Jon Tester.