Recent dramatic increases in the cost of petroleum and natural gas have been joined by large run-ups in the cost of electricity, due either to deregulation or fuel costs. Underlying much of this change is simple economics of what happens when supply fails to keep up with demand, added to which has been a great difficulty in obtaining permits for new refineries, power-generating plants and distribution systems. And it seems that for every person who wants more energy, there are two who ...

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