Jack Kerfoot, scientist, energy executive, and author of “FUELING AMERICA, An Insider’s Journey” was recently interviewed on KOIN TV on Oregon’s renewable energy resource potential. Jack explains that America has begun the move from fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas) to renewable energy (wind, solar, hydropower, geothermal, etc.).
Oregon has the potential to become one of America’s new green energy centers, just like Texas is for oil and natural gas. Developing Oregon’s renewable energy resources will not only help address global warming, but will create between 30,000 to 35,000 permanent jobs operating the new wind farms and solar parks.
Jack Kerfoot has spent 40 years traveling the world working with scientists, bureaucrats, ministers, shieks, and heads of state on a wide range of energy issues. He as been interviewed on over 60 radio and television stations from New York City to Los Angeles. Jack is the principal of JL Kerfoot Energy Services and a member of the board of the environmental nonprofit, Engineers for a Sustainable Future.
Website – “Our Energy Conundrum”