Carol Sue Tombari has specialized in energy and environmental policy and programs for more than 25 years. She directed the State of Texas's energy efficiency and renewable energy programs, served as natural resources advisor to the lieutenant governor, and helped found the National Association of State Energy Officials.
A look at our country's energy problems and the cleaner, 21st-century alternatives.
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Power of the People: America's New Electricity Choices based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This study is marred by the author's poor understanding of industrial wind power. Unfortunately, wind projects do not lower greenhouse gases or fossil fuel use, because wind is so varying that fossil plants have to run constantly to back up turbines. And wind projects have disastrous impacts on the environment, society and economy. Reducing the U.S. electricity load is simple: rooftop PV. It works in almost any climate, is getting very affordable, and easily installed.