Humorous adventure book takes readers on energy, environmental and musical journey
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Energy Independence by Robert Danziger offers entertaining insight into how the author went from studio musician to a key player in the alternative energy industry.
CARMEL, Calif. (MMD Newswire) — A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Energy Independence by Robert Danziger is written to throw readers the insider’s curveball on oil embargoes, a space race to Uranus and an elite think-tank that helped lead the U.S. effort on alternative energy.
Part memoir, part energy adventure, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Energy Independence hopes to illustrate the serendipitous journey of one man from musician to law school graduate, space law pioneer, energy cogeneration consultant, clean air industrialist, large wood sculptor, scientific environmental thinker and back.
Hoping to rise above, or at least sidestep, what the author believes to be the rancor and partisanship of the energy and environmental debate, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Energy Independence promotes laughter and music as a starting point for discussion of these important topics.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Energy Independence is available online at Amazon.com and other channels.
About the Author
A key player in the alternative energy industry for over 30 years, Robert Danziger was the first person to eliminate an entire class of pollutants from a working power plant. To date, his efforts secured one of the largest energy conservation and greenhouse gas reduction events in history. He has also produced six albums, including “Never Dreamed,” “1910 Nocturne,” which was on exhibit as a sound sculpture at the Monterey Museum of Art, and “Steinbeck’s Chinatown” which is currently on exhibit at the National Steinbeck Center. He was also awarded a gold medal for Best Original Music at the New York Film Festival and won the Clean Air Award by the South Coast Air Quality Management District. He lives in Carmel with his wife, who is an art historian.
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