Background: Energy policies help shape the energy sector. Economic, political, e
Background: Energy policies help shape the energy sector. Economic, political, environmental, and social factors influence their construction, implementation, and enforcement. As these policies change over time, they create varying degrees of incentives for the advancement of technology in the areas of energy production, transmission, and consumption. The goal is to analyze how the U.S. energy and independence act policy relates to energy utilization, both regionally and nationally.
Instructions: Provide a brief introduction of the U.S. energy and independence act, and address the following:
Achievement of the policies Intended Outcome
Influence on Technology
Include a 100- to 150- word Abstract and reference 9 to 12 reputable sources (9 sources are listed below).
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