Can the nation satisfy its energy demands with wind turbines, solar power, hydroelectric power, or geothermal power? Is biodiesel or electricity the answer to our gas-guzzling ways? Organized logically and with an accessible narrative, Green Alternatives and National Energy Strategy guides readers through the essential questions and hurdles the United States must answer and overcome to transition from a petroleum-dependent nation to one that runs on sustainable, renewable energy.... the same EPA rating should be roughly the same as long as the same driver operates them with the same level of maintenance, loading, environment, ... In particular, a midsize Dodge Avenger gets 23 mpg on gasoline and 17 mpg on E85.
|Title||:||Green Alternatives and National Energy Strategy|
|Author||:||Philip G. Gallman|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2011-10-03|