Defining, Encouraging Winners is Good National Energy Policy

Watkiss, Dan
November 2011
Electric Light & Power;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p22
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's view on an improved national energy policy and an energy-intensive economy in the U.S. to produce accessible, sustainable, and economical energy resources. He is critical on the governmental intervention and support in the development of energy resources such as solar and clean energy and the distribution of such federal support for these sources. He also notes the need to encourage resource development through targeted innovative technology investments.


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