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Energy policies a) for electricity and b) for all other uses and by-products

Ronald Stein
The Millau Viaduct, France. One of the marvels of the modern world made possible by fossil fuels.

Today, we have numerous ways to generate electricity,

• Continuous uninterruptible electricity from coal, natural gas, nuclear, and hydro.

• Occasional electricity from wind turbines and solar panels.

Like the products that need electricity, all the methods to generate electricity are also dependent on the petrochemicals manufactured from crude oil to make all the parts and components of every method to generate electricity.