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Acting in Time on Energy Policy Paperback – May 6, 2009
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" Acting in Time on Energy Policy makes the case for urgency in fostering energy technology innovation, policy innovation, and business model innovation so as to enable a public-private commitment to climate change risk mitigation. It also puts forward a suite of policy and political recommendations that deserve the attention of President Obama and his formidable energy/environment team." Professor Ernest J. Moniz, Director of the MIT Energy Initiative, former Under Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy
"This excellent book tackles the hardest questions in energy policy today, such as how to reconcile continued growth in energy demand with important challenges like global climate change. The authors insightfully identify sensible strategies for U.S. energy policy, taking into account the critical role of the private sector in the energy future of the United States." James E. Rogers, Chairman, President, and CEO of Duke Energy
"For those determined to ensure that the United States acts in time on energy and climate imperatives, it is cause for rejoicing that Kelly Sims Gallagher has assembled compelling assessments that span a wide spectrum of issues and experts. She and her colleagues offer consistently constructive solutions, as distinct from scholarly hand-wringing, and they deserve a host of highly attentive and influential readers." Ralph Cavanagh, Energy Program Co-Director, Natural Resources Defense Council
About the Author
Kelly Sims Gallagher is director of the Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group at the Harvard Kennedy School and is the author of China Shifts Gears: Automakers, Oil, Pollution, and Development.
David T. Ellwood is dean of the Harvard Kennedy School.
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