January 31, 2013

Is Anyone Funding U.S. Energy R&D?

Walter R. Mead, The American Interest


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Yesterday the Financial Times reported that in the energy sector neither private firms nor the government are spending as much on R&D as is spent in other tech-reliant industries. . .

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TAGGED: Energy Subsidies, U.S. Energy Policy, Energy Innovation, The American Interest

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