February 21, 2012

Where Can Energy R&D Have Most Impact?

Arun Majumdar, National Journal


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What are the "white spaces" where government investments in R&D can have the most impact?

Access to environmentally friendly and affordable energy will be at the core of sustainable economic growth in the 21st century. An intense global race is under way to create these energy technologies and make them affordable worldwide.

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TAGGED: Energy Research, Energy Subsidies, Energy

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