While everyone wants energy that is clean, cheap and secure these goals often conflict: traditional fossil fuels tend to be cheaper than alternative fuels, but they are hardly clean or secure. This ia an accessible explanation of the issues as well as sensible proposals for a truly sustainable energy policy.waterflood and gas repressurizationacame along to give oil fields a second life. Then in the 1970s and 1980s ... The Impala got only about 12 to 14 mpg on the highway, compared with the 2007 Suburbana#39;s 21 mpg. And it was only in the late ... major consuming markets. Two developments are at work to solve this problem .
|Title||:||Smart Energy Policy|
|Author||:||James M. Griffin|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 2014-05-14|