The issue of affordable, dependable energy haunts the American public inasmuch as fuel or energy costs affect the economy in both short-term and future projections. The proposed solutions to provide a sustainable energy policy are varied, but can be lumped into three fundamental categories — conservation; drilling/mining/exploration for petroleum; and conversion to renewable or "green" energy.
Solving the energy crisis needs to go beyond conservation
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