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  • Hans Nieder on September 12 2012 said:
    This is coupled with increase energy efficiency...
    The per capital use of energy has been on a twenty year decline and this, in no small measure also means the need for less energy..

    I also expect the decline to continue, as the high cost of petrol drives even more efficiency..

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