Renowned Energy Authority Dr. Amory Lovins Presents Latest Defense Energy Seminar
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Rocky Mountain Institute CEO Dr. Amory Lovins offered NPS students, faculty and staff his views on the rapidly changing environment of the energy industry, during the latest Defense Energy Seminar in Glasgow Hall, Dec. 4. Lovins compared the impact of today’s renewable energy sources on the oil, gas and electricity industries, with the impact of the invention of the light bulb on the whaling and kerosene industries of more than 150 years ago.
Rocky Mountain Institute CEO Dr. Amory Lovins lectures to NPS students, faculty and staff on the rapidly changing environment of the energy industry in Glasgow Hall, Dec. 4.
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