Energy policy is a hot topic around the world and it is a great concern, affecting our economic interests and presenting global challenges. Immense technological developments resulting from global warring are now emerging. Huge potential markets are anticipated for carbon trading. In order to shape the future of Energy Policy we must review the current energy situation, which has remained pretty much the same since the Arab Oil Embargo, shifts have taken place with renewables and energy efficiency. Since the Arab Oil Embargo, oil imports to the United States have doubled, reflecting demand growth as well as decline in domestic production. Therefore, it is more than due time to take serious and effective initiatives to improve future of energy policy.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Energy policy--United States; Energy policy--Economic aspects; Energy policy--International cooperation; Energy conservation--International cooperation; Globalization
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Professional Studies (CAST)
Thaci, Krenare, "Energy policies and diplomatic relations with the United States : [presentation given on September 6, 2011]" (2011). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
American University in Kosovo