A discussion of state energy problems and the research required to support the selection of policies designed to solve them. The example chosen is the State of Florida, in which future energy demands may be in conflict with its unique environment, and the basis for the discussion is Rand's past and present energy work for the National Science Foundation and the State of California. 21 pp.
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