1978-02-01

Energy-Uncertainty and Reality 780865

While national energy needs are evident and the measures to be taken are apparent, these realities and the achievement of realistic objectives are clouded by uncertainties.
If energy problems are to be dealt with effectively and constructively, the uncertainties must be minimized and the decisionmaking processes for project approval must be efficient, quick, and fair.
If indecision persists, the nation will miss its opportunity for an orderly transition, resulting in radical and severe dislocation when energy sources are finally exhausted.
Because constructive action is needed, those individuals knowledgeable in energy matters must become involved in the public and political decision-making process.

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