The Dirty Energy Dilemma

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The Dirty Energy Dilemma is a 2008 book by academic Benjamin K. Sovacool.[1] In the book Sovacool discusses some of the "big energy challenges" facing the United States, and suggests that the fix for these problems is 'clean energy' in the form of energy efficiency and renewable energy. Sovacool sees no role for nuclear power in a clean energy transition.[2][3]

The Dirty Energy Dilemma won a 2009 Nautilus Award.[4]

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  1. Benjamin K. Sovacool (2008). The Dirty Energy Dilemma: What’s Blocking Clean Power in the United States, Praeger Publishers, Connecticut, ISBN 978-0-313-35540-0
  2. Scott Victor Valentine. The Dirty Energy Dilemma: What’s Blocking Clean Power in the United States (Book Review) Archived 2011-07-16 at the Wayback Machine, Energy Policy, 37 (2009) 3295–3296.
  3. Susan Froetschel. The Dirty Energy Dilemma: What's Blocking Clean Power in the United States (Book Review) Archived 2010-06-09 at the Wayback Machine YaleGlobal Online, 2009.
  4. "Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Benjamin K. Sovacool" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 2010-06-19.