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Interim Report on the Development of a National Energy Strategy--A Compilation of Public Comment, Apr. 1990. Order no. 061-000-00748-2 from Supt. Docs., U.S. Govt. Printing Off., Washington DC 20402; $12. Discusses options and problems facing the creation of a national strategy, based largely on input from recent public hearings. (See related NEWS item, this Global Climate Change Digest issue--May 1990, and Greenhouse Effect Rep., p. 28, Apr. 1990.)

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The Department of Energy invites public comments on the following commissioned papers, available at the addresses listed below. (See NEWS, this Global Climate Change Digest issue--May 1990.) Send comments to the respective laboratories listed, with copies to: Deputy Under Secretary for Policy, Planning and Analysis (Attn: Nat. Energy Strategy White Papers), MS PE-4, U.S. Dept. Energy, 1000 Independence Ave. SW, Washington DC 20585.

Energy Efficiency: How Far Can We Go? R. Carlsmith, Oak Ridge Nat. Lab., POB 2008, Oak Ridge TN 37831 (615-574-5204).

The Potential of Renewable Energy, T. Bath, Solar Energy Res. Inst., 1617 Cole Blvd., Golden CO 80401 (303-231-7306).

Energy and Climate Change, M. MacCracken. Order copies from Lewis Publishers, 121 S. Main St., POB 519, Chelsea MI 48118 (800-525-7894); send comments to the author at Lawrence Livermore Nat. Lab., POB 808, L-262, Livermore CA 94550.

Energy Technology for Developing Countries, D.

Doll or N. Yama, Lawrence Berkeley Lab., Bldg. 90, Rm. 4040, Berkeley CA 94270 (415-486-7438).

The Technology Transfer Process, D. Deonigi, Pacific Northwest Lab., 3170 George Washington Way, Richland WA 99352 (509-376-4649).

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