- Here are entered works on physical and economic access to adequate energy.
- Energy dependence
- Energy independence
- Energy insecurity
- Security, Energy
- found: Work cat.: La crisis energética y su repercusión en la economía, 2008.
- found: International Energy Agency website, Feb. 17, 2011: Energy Security (the uninterrupted physical availability at a price which is affordable, while respecting environment concerns; timely investments in long term security through economic developments and environmental needs; short-term--ability to respond to changes in supply and demand)
- found: US Dept. of Energy website, Feb. 17, 2011: Strategic Plan (Strategic Theme 1: Energy Security: Promoting America's energy security through reliable, clean, and affordable energy; "investing in high-risk, high-payoff energy research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) that the private sector would not or could not develop alone in our market-based economy"; "Facilitating the process to modernize the electric grid, enhancing the security and reliability of the energy infrastructure, and facilitating recovery from disruptions in energy supplies are critical DOE activities.")
- found: US Environmental Protection Agency website, Feb. 17, 2011: Summary of the Energy Independence and Security Act (*move the United States toward greater energy independence and security; *increase the production of clean renewable fuels; *protect consumers; *increase the efficiency of products, buildings, and vehicles; *promote research on and deploy greenhouse gas capture and storage options; *improve the energy performance of the Federal Government; and *increase U.S. energy security, develop renewable fuel production, and improve vehicle fuel economy.)
Here are entered works on physical and economic access to adequate energy.
- 2011-02-17: new
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