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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 29 1977

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By ENID GOLDMAN
University President Robben
Fleming is one of many Ann Ar-
borites who could reduce the
electrical bill at his home, ac-
cording to members of the Mid-
west Energy Conference who
conducted a tour of the South
University home Sunday.
Leaders of the expedition,
Brian Day and Diane MacEach-
ern, suggested Fleming could
perhaps turn off his electric
coffee pot which operates
throughout the day, and if he
were more ambitious, re-posi-
tion his refrigerator so it would
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Daily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIN
Visitors view varied ilterature available at exhibit takle during this week's energy conference.
Join The Daily's
INTRODUCING: Daly roosesgrai
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no longer be subject to direct Commonwealth Edison nuclear
heat from the adjacent oven. manager Cordell Reed, told a
small group of disbelieving lis-
"EFFICIENT and thoughtful teners that "not only are nu-
use of appliances add up to' clear power plants safe, but they
make a significant difference are safe with large margins for
on your electric bill," explained commercial use." He said solar
Day and MacEachern. and fusion energy are .alterna-
"We were really surprised to tives for after the turn of the
see how energy-conservative the century, but "all we have for
Flemings are. There is no ex- ntw is nuclear fission."
travagant use of overhead He systematically, amid audi-
lighting, no central air condi- ence protest, denied the possibil-
tioning, no leaky faucets, and ity of nuclear accidents or ter-
the windows are covered with rorist sabotage, and assured the
draft resistant yet translucent crowd that high-level wastes are
curtains." "not dangerous and could be
The presidential home tour stored by the year 2000 in a
was part of the three-day con- space no bigger than one ten-
ference which ends today, spon- nis court, if we wanted.",
sored by Future Worlds and On the other side of the nu-
Friends of the Earth. The Mid- clear fence was Richard Gross-
west Energy Conference fea- man, coordinator of Environ-
tured exhibits, literature dis- mentalists for Full Employ-
plays, workshops, lectures and ment. Yesterday, Grossman told
panel discussions on the current a small audience that "huge,
energy policy and the feasibility expensive, wasteful, polluting
of alternative power sources. energy facilities such as syn-
"With energy constantly in thetic fuel conversion plants, nu-
the news, we felt it would be ap- clear fission and fusion reactors,
propriate to provide a forum ocean thermal conversion plants
where the various economic, and fossil electric plants, are the
ethical, societal and environ- last places that the nation
mental issues could be discussed should want to invest billions of
by citizens," Dan Mendelson, dollars."
one of the coordinators, stated. "These facilities," he main-
tained, "provide the least jobs
SUNDAY'S keynote speaker, per dollar invested for any
spending, except space explora-
tionand non-personnel Defense
items."
"Increased energy efficiency
plus viable solar alternatives of-
fer sufficient energy for a pros-
perous economy," he added.
Other members of yesterday's
discussion panel differed widely
M ENTin their vision of energy poiies
Sfor the immediate future. Fund-
IM ENTing for citizen intervention in

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Daly discussed included solar
energy which could be made
more economically available if

fossil fuel prices were raised. Daly indicated that manyI
"SOLAR ENERGY would be- tradeoffs and implications lie
come cheaper if we decide to de- ahead in the near future.
plete the fossil fuels at half the "Obviously the transition to a
present rate of depletion," Daly low energy level would be grad-
contended. ual," he stated. "We could move
He said that raising the price a considerable distance in that
of depleting resources from I direction."
their present capital level to
their replacement level could Iceland has the oldest living
curtail the rate of consumption. democracy, founded in 930.
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price of energy with rebates for
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in utility rate structures to re-
ward conservation were some of
the suggestions the five panel-
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