Pickens is a smart guy, which is why he donates money to AmSpec (consider that our obligatory disclosure). I’m not entirely sure what to think about his plan; my tentative view is that wind and natural gas will play a big part in the future of American energy, but not necessarily in exactly the way Pickens envisions.
Jon Henke has some worthwhile if disjointed thoughts, along with some links worth following. Further reading: Earth2Tech editor Katie Fehrenbacher gives some background on natural gas vehicles; energy policy consultant Geoffrey Styles provides an on the one hand/on the other hand analysis of the Pickens Plan.
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