Energy crisis...what energy crisis?

Balls, Ashley
June 2003
NZ Business;Jun2003, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p46
Trade Publication
The media has rightly been reporting the likelihood of an impending shortage of electricity for the winter months and various spokespeople have emerged from the woodwork to pronounce on the problem and look for a scapegoat or two. Present energy consumption per capita is too high and the current growth rate is at out-of-control levels. Solving the growth in energy use is a concern that can be readily solved by looking at how other countries deal with energy consumption. INSET: What they do overseas.


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