Military renewables

The US Department of Defense is pursuing a strategy, defined by the phrase "operational energy," that holds potential as well as hazard. The military can incubate technology. It also can waste money. Operational energy receives thoughtful treatment in an article published last month in the Journal of Energy Security by Editor Kevin Rosner, senior fellow at the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security. Rosner quotes a definition of DOD's operational energy strategy that extends well beyond support of current operations. Asserting the obvious duty to ensure future security, to which energy is crucial, the department claims the need to "work with other federal agencies an...

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