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Energy Technology: Cultivating Clean Tech

New Models for Energy RD&D: A new ‘Clean Energy Institute’ could lead the industry’s war on climate change.

Fortnightly Magazine - May 2008

Endnotes:

1. Lawrence J. Makovich, “Powering our Low Carbon Future,” Department of Commerce Seminar, Washington DC., February 2008.

2. David K. Garman, “Toward a New Model for Large Scale Energy Technology,” privately circulated discussion paper, Decker, Garman, Sullivan and Associates, LLC, Alexandria, VA, February, 2008.

3. Business Roundtable, “ More Diverse, More Domestic, More Efficient. A Vision for America’s Energy Future ,” Washington D.C., June 2007.

4. John W. Rowe, “ America’s Energy Future: Carbon, Competition and Kilowatts ,” Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., Feb. 12, 2008.

5. Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), “ Pathways to Sustainable Power in a Carbon-Constrained Future ,” EPRI Journal, Palo Alto, CA, Fall 2007.

6. EPRI Annual Report, 2006 http://my.epri.com/.

7. William M. Burnett, Barry G. Silverman and Dominic J. Monetta. “ Project Appraisal at the Gas Research Institute: Part II ,” Operations Research: Vol. 41, No 6, Cambridge, MA, November-December 1993, pp1020-1032.

8. Naomi Pena, Edward S. Rubin, Pew Center for Climate Change, Coal Initiative Reports, “ A Trust Fund Approach to Accelerating the Deployment of CCS: Options and Considerations ,” Arlington, VA, January, 2008.

9. “Top priority for technological breakthroughs? Surprise: Four in 10 Americans say ‘fuel efficiency and alternative fuels,’” Ipsos Public Affairs and Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, Apr. 3, 2008.

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