How Europe Saves Energy

Yergin, Daniel
December 1975
New Republic;12/13/75, Vol. 173 Issue 24, p14
Focuses on the energy conservation initiative of the European Economic Community. View that the nations of Europe have moved forward individually and as a group much more rapidly than the U.S.; Attempts by the Europeans to undermine Oil Producing and exporting countries hegemony over the world economy; Reasons for fall in total energy consumption are two mild winters in a row in Europe, economic recession and energy conservation; Limits imposed on energy consumption; Difference between the energy policy of the U.S. and Europe.


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