Anas Alhajji on the future of energy and energy security
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On this week’s Power Hour I interview international energy economist Anas Alhajji about the future of energy and energy security.   We cover: - What factors affect energy security - How overreliance on electricity is a threat to energy security - The future of competition with the global oil industry using solar, wind, and batteries - The future of competition within the global oil industry, including US shale, OPEC, and Russia - The contradictions of the modern environmental movement
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