A surplus of energy that might even last
A New York Times article analyzes the current state of the energy market in the U.S. and provides predictions for energy consumption and demand in the future.
According to Matthew L. Wald and the New York Times , after years of widespread concern over how to refine enough gasoline, how to deliver enough MW of electricity, and how to keep from drowning in carbon dioxide, the U.S. Suddenly has fuel and energy in surplus, and the country is looking greener. Can it last? And would that be a good thing? Read the New York Times article for analysis of the energy market in the U.S., quotes from energy industry experts, and predictions for energy use and consumption in the future.
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