Video: 'It's Cheaper to Save Energy than Buy It'

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Energy leader Amory Lovins invited the nearly 700 people who attended his presentation imagine a world where business leaders and the heads of governments have abandoned oil, coal and nuclear energy in favor of alternatives that cost less and work better. Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute’s chairman and co-founder – a scientist Time magazine called “one of the world’s 100 most influential people” – spoke to a packed auditorium on the Catawba College campus about “Profitable Solutions to Climate, Oil and Proliferation.”