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Energy Research at DOE: Was it Worth It? Energy Efficiency and Fossil Energy Research 1978 to 2000

In legislation appropriating funds for DOE’s fiscal year (FY) 2000 energy R&D budget, the House Interior Appropriations Subcommittee directed an evaluation of the benefits that have accrued to the nation from the R&D conducted since 1978 in DOE’s energy efficiency … Continue reading

16. November 2017 by Ben S
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Fueling Prosperity: The Role of Fossil Fuels, Renewables and Energy Efficiency in Economic Development

America’s history in energy policy includes stellar successes like the Reclamation Act and Rural Electrification but notable fiascos such as price controls and “nuclear power too cheap to meter.” Fueling Prosperity demonstrates that energy efficiency is a critical but unrecognized … Continue reading

26. October 2016 by Ben S
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