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History of energy incentives (Nuclear Energy Institute) USofA
02.Dec.2018
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Roger Bezdek, President of Management Information Services, Inc. brought this Nuclear Energy Institute report to our attention: The federal government has spent hundreds of billions of dollars since WW II supporting energy technologies with large shares going to fossil fuels. Energy subsidies are drawing intense attention as policymakers grapple with a variety of incentives that are straining competitive electricity markets and driving baseload generation off the grid.

Megacities, cities, towns, industry, agriculture all depend on reliable, stable energy mostly from fossil fuels, nuclear and hydro. Incentives have played an important role. Megacities, cities, towns, industry, agriculture all depend on reliable, stable energy mostly from fossil fuels, nuclear and hydro. Incentives have played an important role.
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