Electric Vehicle Research, Development, and Demonstration Act of 1975: Hearings Before the Special Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Commerce of the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, First Session, on S. 1632 and H.R. 8800 ... October 7 and 10, 1975
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce. Special Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Commerce
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976 - 331 pagina's
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Pagina 148 - Mr. Chairman, I would like to express my appreciation to you and the Committee for this opportunity to...
Pagina 37 - ... (b) The Congress finds that to best achieve these objectives, improve Government operations, and assure the coordinated and effective development of all energy sources, it is necessary to establish an Energy Research and Development Administration to bring together and direct Federal activities relating to research and development on the various sources of energy...
Pagina 179 - REA and its borrowers to finance construction of facilities far removed from the purposes of the original Rural Electrification Act of 1936.
Pagina 36 - ... needs of present and future generations, to increase the productivity of the national economy and strengthen its position in regard to international trade, to make the Nation self-sufficient in energy, to advance the goals of restoring, protecting, and enhancing environmental quality, and to assure public health and safety.
Pagina 174 - HEARING BEFORE THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SUBCOMMITTEE ON ENERGY RESEARCH AND PRODUCTION WITNESS: JAMES W.
Pagina 64 - The automobile is and will continue to be the most universally accepted form of transportation in America. It is the most flexible and responsive mode and provides the greatest freedom of mobility.
Pagina 169 - US will need the incredible sum of $4.,rĽ-trillion in new capital funds in the next 10 years : capital that, for the most part, will have to come from the savings of the American people and the profits of American business.
Pagina 171 - Indeed, in its study of the capital gap that came up with an $650-billion capital shortage for the next 10 years, the NYSE came perilously close to this. The exchange's research department, in effect, estimated the capital needs of industries and units of government without analyzing whether the needs are realistic in the framework of the overall economy. As a consequence, the exchange left itself open to ridicule from many economists and from the labor movement (page 109). The view that a capital...
Pagina 171 - Smith, and even l>efore, economists have recognized that a simple — if painful — condition be met : A society must, each year, produce more than it can consume. And if that society is going to grow, it must be able to find a mechanism by which the margin between production and consumption is invested in capital goods that can be used to increase productivity. ilndeed, as the classical economists up to and including Karl Marx demonstratede with a clarity that eludes modern economists, the entire...