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Gasoline Lines – Fall 1973. Drivers waiting for hours and limited to 10 gallons. Doubling to quadrupling of energy efficiency for cars, homes, appliances, and lights . Increased efficiency was a result of mostly energy smart products not energy smart users.

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Gasoline Lines – Fall 1973

Drivers waiting for hours and limited to 10 gallons.

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Doubling to quadrupling of energy efficiency for cars, homes, appliances, and lights .

Increased efficiency was a result of mostly energy smart products not energy smart users.

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1979, President Carter urged Americans to conserve energy. He maintained that the energy crisis was the moral equivalent of war, and in this war, people need to conserve energy to win.

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Can products be made even more efficiently, or are we close to the efficiency limits for many products?
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An energy unit saved is an energy unit earned.

  • A 10 percent reduction using a carrot or a stick.
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If an additional $3 of tax was added to the price of a gallon of gasoline what actions could be taken to reduce use?
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How would the American public react to eliminating the use of gasoline for sporting and recreational use?
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Can a GREAT public relations effort prompt people to reduce energy use by 10 percent? Or will most people want the other guy to save the 10%?

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Who should pay for the tax credits or carrots?What dollar amount or percentage of the purchase should tax payers provide?