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Reform Party on Energy & Oil

Party Platform


Energy independence via increased domestic sources

The Reform Party SUPPORTS energy independence from foreign sources. Energy independence from foreign sources means that America's must invest both in increasing conventional domestic sources such as coal, oil, and natural gas but also must emphasize new technologies that make those resources more efficiently used and must drive toward the use of alternative energy technologies such as solar, wind, thermal depolymerization of organic waste, and biofuels.
Source: Reform Party USA website, reformparty.org , Jan 1, 2012

Reduce use of coal, oil, & nuclear energy

Q: Does the Reform Party support or oppose reducing use of coal, oil, & nuclear energy?

A: Strongly Favors

Source: Email interview with Jordan Struck, national administrator , May 18, 2006

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