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    July 16, 2011

    Energy Policy by Crisis

    (The Energy Collective) The Oil Shock Wave program was excellent, if predictably sobering. It underlined in dramatic fashion the extreme vulnerability of the American economy to oil supply disruptions and the uncomfortable plausibility of events that would lead to such disruptions.

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    July 14, 2011

    Energy Security: War Game Preps for the Unimaginable but Hits Close to Home

    (E&E News) When crises strike, there are only a handful of people in the room as the National Security Council charts a course of action.

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    July 14, 2011

    War Game Exposes Grim Reality: Few Oil Crisis Options

    (National Geographic) Terrorists strike the world's largest oil production facility in Saudi Arabia, sending global oil prices skyward: What should the U.S. president do?

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    July 13, 2011

    Oil Crisis Simulation Underlines Lack of U.S. Policy

    (Reuters) The cable news headlines were fictional, the cabinet members were played by ex-officials, but the message was real: Don't wait until crisis hits a major oil exporter to hammer out U.S. energy policy.

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    July 13, 2011

    Enterprise and FedEx: Bullish on Electric Cars

    (Marc Gunther of Fortune Magazine) The company that owns more cars than any other in America is buying more electric vehicles...

  • news
    July 13, 2011

    Planning for a Bigger Electrical Load

    (Fleet Owner) It’s one of those “oh but there’s THIS issue” moments when it comes to contemplating a wholesale shift to alternate transportation propulsion solutions: how to meet the fuel and/or power demand such solutions will require.

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    July 12, 2011

    Just Plugging in 1M Electric Cars Would Boost Energy Costs Significantly

    (Tech Journal South) Simply “plugging in” one million electric cars could add $750 million in annual wholesale energy costs unless “smart charging” is adopted, according to a joint study conducted by PJM and Better Place, released by Better Place today.

  • news
    May 30, 2011

    Electric Cars Get Renewed Push on Capitol Hill

    (The Daily Caller) American Values President Gary Bauer and former Commandant of the Marine Corps General James T. Conway are teaming up in support of electric vehicles.

  • news
    May 19, 2011

    Electric-car Bills Head to Senate Panel

    (Detroit Free Press)  Two electric car-related bills taken up by a U.S. Senate panel today aim to vastly expand the use of plug-in electric vehicles.

  • news
    May 9, 2011

    Smith: We Must Electrify the Transport Sector

    (Financial Times) It is tempting to say that the headlines about rising fuel prices, Libya and other events in the Middle East will be a wake-up call to the dangers of oil dependence.

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