This book examines the proposition that granting control over decision making to cities, states, or regions rather than to the federal government can result in more efficient energy planning. It discusses the relationship between decentralization and small-scale technologies.
Introduction: Losing Control 1. The New Reality 2. Energy Actions 3. Cities and Crises 4. Redistributing Responsibility 5. National Welfare 6. Private Interests 7. Cities, States, and Conflict 8. Empowering Communities 9. Beyond Beginnings