Energy Independence

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Andrew J. Duck - Political Career - 2006 Campaign
... He supported energy independence, believing it can be achieved in 10 years his proposals included "re-engineering federal buildings to reduce government energy ... East." He also considered his plan for energy independence within 10 years to be a part of his Middle East strategy ... Bartlett held very similar views on many topics, including their support of energy independence and opposition to drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife ...
Nuclear Power Phase-out - Pros and Cons of The Phase-out - Arguments Against The Phase-out - Energy Independence
... everywhere argue that nuclear power stations could not be compensated for and predict an energy crisis or argue that only coal could possibly compensate for nuclear power and CO2 emissions will increase ...
Ben R. Luján - Tenure - Energy Independence
... active in environmental regulation and increased renewable energy production by 20% in New Mexico ... He is one of the leaders on energy regulation in Congress as Chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus’ Green Economy and Renewable Energy Task Force he emphasizes the input of ... has initiated several pieces of legislation regarding renewable energy such as the SOLAR Act and he co-authored the Community College Energy Training Act of 2009 ...
Energy Policy Of The United States - Energy Independence
... Energy Independence The 1973 oil crisis made energy a popular topic of discussion in the US ... The Federal Department of Energy was started with steps planned toward energy conservation and more modern energy producers ... imposed, the United States Strategic Petroleum Reserve was created and the National Energy Act of 1978 was introduced ...

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