America’s Energy Infrastructure in Desperate Shape

by Rob Garver,  The Fiscal Times

The U.S. is more energy independent than it has been in four decades and is witnessing a boom in cheaper clean energy sources, particularly wind and solar. However, the infrastructure used to transport both electric power and fossil fuels is a weak link that presents serious challenges for the country.

Those are the conclusions of the federal government’s first Quadrennial Energy Review, a report President Obama directed the Department of Energy to prepare. It was released today.  Read the entire story.

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