How to turn America green: A chat with energy expert Daniel Dicker




Self-professed “liberal” energy expert Daniel Dicker — author of the book, “Turning Oil Green: A Market-Based Path to Renewables” — joins us to talk about how to turn American energy green, and the obstacles (from right and left) to making that happen.

Among our topics: using natural gas to transition away from oil, the environmental implications of both wind and electric cars, the imminent shortage of electric vehicle (EV) batteries that run on lithium and nickel, whether nuclear should be a component of the transition away from oil, and more. And Daniel even makes a few suggestions for those interested in investing in the energy sector.

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