Thomas Friedman, of the NY Times, offers regular insight into the energy sector as related to climate change, the economy, and foreign policy. This week, he gave us an example in what Denmark has acheived. A country that used to get 99% of its energy from the Mid East and today that number is zero. $10 gasoline with little whining by its citizens. And, how the proper taxes, incentives, and efficiency standards spurred business and technology innovation to create one of the most competitive clean-power industries in the world. What can we learn from the Danes? Read here.