A NEW FRACKING IDEA: Using Our Existing Resources as an Alternative to Fracking

January 2013
Journal of Property Management;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p12
Academic Journal
The article discusses that the option for creating additional supply and enhancing energy security is investing in energy efficiency. It adds that fuel options like coal, petroleum, and natural gas fracking have short and long term hazardous effects on environment and health. Furthermore, energy efficiency is a practical way to address the energy needs by reducing consumption and costs rather than increasing the supply.


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