April 4, 2013

Where Does America Get its Energy From?

Joshua Bondy, Motley Fool


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Investing is not rocket science, but if we ignore the actual numbers behind it, then predictions become nothing more than conjecture. The reality is that natural gas has greatly increased its dominance as a source of U.S. energy, while renewables are only inching along. . .

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