The Scope and Limits of Energy Policy

  • Published 2004


nergy is fundamental and necessary to all human activities. The reserves, such as d y d r o c a r b o n s and uranium, are finite and the other supplies, such as sunlight, wind, and the like, are limited. To the degree that energy consumption depends in large measure upon population, economic activity, and lifestyles, in view of the limitations of the long-term supplies and potential environmental problems, it is necessary to develop and follow a consistent long-term energy policy using economic incentives for its implementation. The need to develop such a policy, without prescribing a specific policy, is here emphasized. E

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@inproceedings{2004TheSA, title={The Scope and Limits of Energy Policy}, author={}, year={2004} }