Renewable Energy Sources in U.S.
Dan Arvisu talked about where the U.S. stands in developing alternative energy sources -- solar, wind, biomass, ethanol, hydrogen and… read more
Dan Arvisu talked about where the U.S. stands in developing alternative energy sources -- solar, wind, biomass, ethanol, hydrogen and geothermal -- and how far the U.S. can push renewable sources for its energy supply. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. As gas prices rose over the spring and summer, developing new energy supplies has become a campaign issue. Mr. Arvisu is a scientist who heads the Energy Department’s research into alternative energy sources. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory is based in a Denver suburb. close
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