In This Issue
Our Energy Future
June 1, 2002 Volume 32 Issue 2
Articles In This Issue
  • Saturday, June 1, 2002
    AuthorRichard H. Truly

    We should adopt an "investing in the future" approach to energy rather than the current "borrowing from the future" strategy.

    America's energy enterprise is the lifeblood of our economy and our daily lives and is at the heart of our national security and survival as has been ...

  • Saturday, June 1, 2002
    AuthorGeorge Bugliarello

    The theme if this issue is energy. The problem is not that energy for our planet is in short supply. On the basis of what we know today, the world has enough coal, oil, and gas to last for centuries. And, of course, we can count on solar, wind, nuclear, and other forms of energy for billions of ...

  • Saturday, June 1, 2002
    AuthorPete Domenici

    President Bush’s decision not to sign the Kyoto Protocol was good for the energy future of the United States.

    Although energy policy has taken a back seat since the terrorist attacks of September 11, the attacks highlighted weaknesses in the ability of the United States to withstand ...

  • Saturday, June 1, 2002
    AuthorJames L. Sweeney

    Deregulation works--but not the way it was done in California.

    California’s disastrous experience with electricity deregulation cast a pall on movements towards deregulation throughout the United States. Some have said that the California experience shows that deregulation cannot and does ...

  • Saturday, June 1, 2002
    AuthorE. Linn Draper, Jr.

    A sound energy future will require restructuring of the industry, new technologies, environmental stewardship, and fuel diversity.

    This article about the future of the U.S. electric power system is based on my experience as CEO of American Electric Power (AEP), an investor-owned, multinational ...

  • Saturday, June 1, 2002
    AuthorRita A. Bajura

    A sustainable, diversified energy future will depend on the wise use of new technologies.

    The mission of the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) 17 national laboratories, is to develop improved technologies for fossil-fuel ...