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I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to learn about our energy options.
This book does a very good job of laying out a responsible snapshot of the energy situation and the text flows well through the well organized topics.
It merits a full chapter in the current book and a summary list of ten indicators which should be on every analyst's "must consider" list.
Informative. Should be required reading for anyone engaging in discussion of current energy topics.Published 20 days ago by don falconer
I have read and followed much of Robert's work including his blogs. Good info such as his personnel viewpoint from within the industry. His weakness is in biofuel. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Forrest Butterfield
Lots of errors and myths perpetuated - this really needs bringing up to date with some factual material - many poor chaptersPublished 17 months ago by tony grindrod
Many good facts and views. Nothing new that I have not read elsewhere. If you have not read up on this subject before then this is a good book for a broad overview. Read morePublished 23 months ago by JT
NOT BASED ON UP-TO-DATE SCIENCE AND ECONOMICS
POLITICAL, NOT CREDIBLE SCIENCE
NOT ENOUGH CREDIBLE BACKUP FOR POSITIONS
WE NEED SOMETHING BETTER
Robert Rapier's book Power Plays has a depth of infomation. It seemed as if every other page had some form of statistic. Read morePublished on August 23, 2012 by CPayne
Blogger Robert Rapier has changed modes and written a book that compiles many of his thoughts about energy and energy policy. Read morePublished on July 22, 2012 by Owl13
Having been a electrician and also representing electricians this book does a great job of laying out our options in a way everyone can understand especially for anyone that has... Read morePublished on April 26, 2012 by jrblitz1
Written in a kind of government pamphlet style, this is a very useful and accessible
book for anyone with more than a passing interest in our energy future. Read more