Energy Transition Could be Headed for ‘Valley of Death,’ Says Report

Energy Transition Could be Headed for ‘Valley of Death,’ Says Report

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HOUSTON – Investments in oil and gas have decreased in favor of alternative energy in recent years, but with alternative energy technologies still able to supply only a small fraction of useable energy, rushing the transition would be a costly mistake, according to a new report from Rice University’s Baker…

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