The current administration wants to expand our economy using Spain's example of producing "green jobs".
One problem. No, make that two problems.
First, these jobs in Spain cost them the equivalent of over $750,000 per job. And these are low-paying, mostly manual-labor jobs.
Second, Spain has unemployment of 17.8%!
Do we want to follow their example on job creation?!? Our unemployment has gone from 6% last September to 9% in March. Do we really want to double that again to match their 18%?
Understand this: You are not "creating" jobs when you actually reduce jobs.
Don't get me wrong. I love the idea of cheap/free energy. But this is not free energy if it doubles unemployment.
Besides, whatever happened to fusion? Huge amounts of energy created from readily-available materials like hydrogen? It's not practical? We've had SIXTY YEARS using fission to get it working! And we can't even use widespread solar or wind energy because environmental types say they harm the local environment!