December 5, 2011

An Unfair Fight for Renewable Energy

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Washington Post


ABC

More energy from the sun hits Earth in one hour than all the energy consumed on our planet in an entire year. . .

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TAGGED: energy subsidies, renewable energy initiatives, renewable energy, U.S. energy policy, Washington Post

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