Acting in Time on Energy Policy

Acting in Time on Energy Policy

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qDetails the often incomplete, incoherent, and ineffectual U.S. energy policy, tackling specific policy questions: Why are these components of energy policy so important? How would 'acting in time'--not waiting until politics demands action--make a difference? What should our policy actually be? Proposes measures to overcome this counterproductive tendencyq--Provided by publisher.Less obvious was how to provide open access to the transmission grid. The states were ... There began an odyssey that was still incomplete more than a decade later. Through an ... The core problem was deeply rooted in the nature of the transmission grid. As is often the case ... For further discussion, see Hogan ( 2002). 20.

Title:Acting in Time on Energy Policy
Author:Kelly Gallagher
Publisher:Brookings Institution Press - 2009


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