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America's Energy Forum is a non-partisan community of concerned citizens committed to two goals:

  • Achieving energy security for our country,
  • Holding our elected officials more accountable in shaping energy policies.

We have come together to better educate ourselves about energy issues and to voice our support for a balanced approach to increasing American supplies of energy; an approach that consideers our energy needs, our economy, and our environment.  That includes improving energy efficiency as well.

An energy policy that will ensure our nation's energy security must be based on this one principle: we need all the energy we can get from all sources, and we need to do a better job of using energy wisely.

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I do not believe America will fulfill 60 percent of its energy need from oil and gas in 30 years, but it will be a good chunk for certain. And right now, those o and g companies are the ones paying for development of newer technologies. I say let the American companies do it over other countries that do not like us. That seems pretty easy decision.
Posted on July 1, 2015
I will never fly on a solar powered airplane. It is OK for charging my phone, maybe the house. But I want nuclear and or fossil too.
Posted on June 18, 2015
Solar and wind are the bet options for generating energy. Period.
Posted on June 18, 2015
It seems that it would be better if you advocated an "All of the Sensible" energy policy rather than an "All of the Above" one. Why is it a good thing to have unreliable energy added to the mix? or extremely expensive energy? or environmentally destructive energy? Unreliable, expensive and environmentally destructive choices would be included in an "All of the Above" approach, but not if we advocate "All of the Sensible." John Droz, jr. physicist & environmental advocate
Posted on September 30, 2014

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