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Hefner, Robert A.

The Grand Energy Transition: The Rise of Energy Gases, Sustainable Life and Growth, and the Next Great Economic Expansion

Hefner, Robert A. - The Grand Energy Transition: The Rise of Energy Gases, Sustainable Life and Growth, and the Next Great Economic Expansion, ebook

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A groundbreaking book on solving our growing energy problems


In this visionary book, leading energy industry executive Robert Hefner puts forth a convincing case about how the world can move beyond its current dependence on oil and toward a new era of clean, renewable energy.

Written with the knowledge and authority of a major player in this industry, Hefner relates how misguided government policies and vested industry interests have contributed to our current energy problems and proposes a variety of measures that could encourage the use of natural gas, solar, wind, and hydrogen.

  • Convincingly makes the case that natural gas is the essential bridge fuel to a new era of clean, renewable energy sources

  • Details how natural gas can help break our oil and coal dependency

  • Offers a sweeping, historic picture of the world energy situation

  • Presents a compelling and provocative case that natural gas is key to our short-term energy problems

A well-written and engaging book that mixes personal anecdotes and experiences with insightful analysis, The Grand Energy Transition is a powerful argument about how we can best solve our toughest energy problems.

Keywords: energy solutions, solving energy problems, energy issues, energy revolution, natural gas, clean energy, renewable energy, gas fuels, age of energy, age of energy gases, natural gas reserves, gas reserves, environmentally safe fuel, oil substitutes, renewable energy sources, Robert Hefner

Author(s)
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
288 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780470549872

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