The George W Bush Administration has blasted into the White House proclaiming a national energy crisis which no one except Mr Bush and Mr Cheney, both former energy company executives, can detect. California's blackouts seem more the result of profiteering by energy companies and their fellow travellers in the California legislature than of a national problem. Yet the White House sees a crisis which either does not exist or they are inventing one to pump up the already substantial revenues of their past, present and probably future buddies in the energy business. The book presents analyses which substantiate the fact that energy policies have been around for sometime and perhaps deserve a more serious response than ham-handed profit taking.Cost Difference for GM EV 1 (Electric and Chevrolet Cavalier (Gasoline) *Fuel cost savings are those achieved over ten-year ownership (15, 000 ... Another factor is that because electric vehicles have fewer moving parts, maintenance costs may be lower, although certain parts, such as ... John DeCicco, Jim Kliesch, and Martin Tomas, ACEEEa#39;s Green Book: The Environmental Guide to Cars aamp; Trucks.
|Title||:||Energy Crisis in America?|
|Author||:||Roland V. Barnes|
|Publisher||:||Nova Science Pub Incorporated - 2001-01-01|