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Electricity's Future: The Shift to Efficiency and Small-Scale Power (Worldwatch Papers) epub ebook

by Christopher Flavin

Electricity's Future: The Shift to Efficiency and Small-Scale Power (Worldwatch Papers) epub ebook

Author: Christopher Flavin
Category: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Worldwatch Inst (November 1, 1984)
Pages: 70 pages
ISBN: 0916468615
ISBN13: 978-0916468613
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Electricity, which has largely supplanted oil as the most controversial energy issue of the 1980s, is at the center of. .

Electricity, which has largely supplanted oil as the most controversial energy issue of the 1980s, is at the center of some of the world's bitterest economic and environmental controversies. Soaring costs, high interest rates, and environmental damage caused by large power plants have wreaked havoc on the once booming electricity industry. Although policymakers around the world disagree vigorously about future trends and appropriate policies, virtually all acknowledge that a turning point has been reached.

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'The electricity business a decade hence will surely be quite different than it is no. ' Utility Leadership Threatened. Because most of the small plants are not built by utilities, they threaten to take electricity leadership away from them, the study said. Utilities, Mr. Flavin contended, have often ignored or even obstructed the blossoming of small-scale power generation

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