Stumbling in the Dark: How America Fumbled its Energy Future
Koch, H. Martin
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Throughout recent history, American energy policy has been a misguided “clusterfrack” biased toward fossil fuel interests and dismissive of long-term security. Rather than creating a proactive, sustainable plan for fueling its economy, the U.S. has largely charted its energy course by bouncing reactively from boom to bust. As renewable energy finally gains prominence today, America must overcome nearly a century of energy missteps in order to power a new generation of prosperity.