Major U.S. energy policy problems remain ///

Basic flaws in the energy policy of the U.S. federal government became apparent in 2001. The outlook for 2002 is that they will become more troublesome. It did matter who won the presidential election in November 2000. The Executive Order of May 18, 2001, states that: " . . . it is the policy of this administration that executive departments and agencies shall take appropriate actions to the extent consistent with applicable law, to expedite projects that will increase the production, transmission, or conservation of energy." (emphasis added)

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