Energy and National Security Forum

March 7, 2003 [] Some big questions hope to be answered at the Energy and National Security Public Forum. Among these questions are: What are the “real” costs of Middle Eastern Oil? How secure is the U.S. power grid? Can President Bush’s hydrogen vehicle proposal make a difference in five years, 10 years? How can the U.S. improve its energy security? The forum, cosponsored by NESEA & The Worldwatch Institute is a free, public event of the Building Energy 2003 Conference that will be held Wednesday, March 12, 7 p.m. in room 101 in Bldg. 34, at 50 Vassar Street on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). For a list of speakers or more information go to the NESEA link below and click on Building Energy Conference 2003, then public forum section or call (413) 774-6051.
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