There’s a lot of money waiting for the right project, at least when it comes to alternative energy, according to U.S. Air Force environment chief Bill Anderson. Anderson, speaking at an Air Force-sponsored Defense Strategy Seminar series April 15, said that even with service and government commitments to conservation, global demand for fossil fuels will be on the increase over the next few years. “We have to extract, refine and use fossil fuels more efficiently,” Anderson said. “Energy ...
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