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RMI @ 35: A conversation with Amory Lovins - GreenBiz

Lisa Murkowski objected to our mentioning the study that Hunter [Lovins] and I did for the Pentagon in 1981, published as a book in '82 called "Brittle Power: Energy Strategy for National Security" (PDF). That had a foreword by Admiral Tom Moorer, who ...

Brittle Bone Disease Didn't Stop This Little Boy From Becoming A Power Ranger - Scary Mommy

Conner Goldhammer is like a lot of little boys. He likes to swim and play with his friends, but his favorite thing ever is the Power Rangers. He also has a rare disorder known as Brittle Bone Disease. To celebrate Conner's constant strength in the ...

Lessons from US Blackout of 10 Years Ago: Kemp - Insurance Journal

Amory and Hunter Lovins asked in a report entitled “Brittle Power: Energy Strategy for National Security,” for the U.S. government. The Lovinses could have been writing after the 2003 blackout. In fact, the report had been written more than two decades ...

Learning from the Cascading Power Failures that Brought Down the Power Grid in India - San Diego Free Press

A comprehensive, three-year DoD and Federal Emergency Management Agency study — Brittle Power: Energy Strategy for National Security, — concluded that relying on massive, complex, and interconnected infrastructures to transmit and deliver power ...

Brittle Power: Energy Strategy for National Security is a 1982 book by Amory B. Lovins and L. Hunter Lovins, prepared originally as a Pentagon study and re-released in 2001 following the September 11 attacks. The book argues that U.S. domestic energy infrastructure is very vulnerable to disruption, by accident or malice, often even more so than imported oil. According to the authors, a resilient energy system is feasible, costs less, works better, is favoured in the market, but is rejected by U.S. policy. In the preface to the 2001 edition, Lovins explains that these themes are still very current.

Brittle Power
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Author Amory B. Lovins
L. Hunter Lovins
Country United States
Language English
Subject U.S. energy infrastructure
Publisher Brick House Publishing Company
Publication date
June 1982
Pages 486
ISBN 0-931790-28-X

Brittle Power: Energy Strategy for National Security is a 1982 book by Amory B. Lovins and L. Hunter Lovins, prepared originally as a Pentagon study and re-released in 2001 following the September 11 attacks. The book argues that U.S. domestic energy infrastructure is very vulnerable to disruption, by accident or malice, often even more so than imported oil. According to the authors, a resilient energy system is feasible, costs less, works better, is favoured in the market, but is rejected by U.S. policy. In the preface to the 2001 edition, Lovins explains that these themes are still very current.