Energy crisis topic of lecture April 19 at Fresno State

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Energy crisis topic of lecture April 19 at Fresno State

“California’s Electricity Crisis: Where It Came From and How It Can Be Resolved” will be the topic of energy economist Eugene Coyle in a presentation April 19 at California State University, Fresno.

Coyle will speak from 12:30 to 1:45 p.m. in the University Center, Room 200. Admission is free.

Coyle has served as an energy consultant to several Western states, including California, Arizona and Utah. He has testified as an expert witness on energy issues before public utility commissions in 22 states. He holds a doctorate in economics from Boston College.

The program is sponsored by the Department of Economics, the Economics Club and the dean of the College of Social Science at Fresno State. For more information contact James Cypher at 278-4935.

Editor’s Note: Coyle had predicted the failure of energy deregulation for years and is one of the most often quoted energy experts in the country. See his early predictions in a special 1998 energy report of the Wall Street Journal.