Abundant Energy is a concise guide to the role of energy in modern society and the ways energy policy affects life in the United Sates and around the world. Accessible and engaging in style, this brief volume introduces readers to an array of key energy concepts, including affordability, abundance, reliability, security, independence, and environmental impacts.
Kenneth P. Green is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
List of Illustrations Roadmap Introduction Chapter 1: Homo Sapiens or Homo Igniferens? Chapter 2: Energy Affordability Chapter 3: Energy Reliability Chapter 4: Energy and the Environment Chapter 5: Energy System Inertia and Momentum Chapter 6: Energy Independence Chapter 7: The Danger of Unintended Conclusion Online Resources Endnotes About the Author