February 27, 2012

State Policy Plan For Energy Independence

Huber & Morrigan, Americans for Energy Leadership


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Powering America’s Communities” finds that distributed generation (DG) clean energy offers a unique set of benefits to electricity consumers, clean energy generators, and communities overall.  It provides a framework that can cost effectively spur the demand needed to push DG clean energy further down the cost curve, based in part on the best practices of numerous states. This framework is designed to overcome the four key barriers to widespread deployment of DG clean energy. . .

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TAGGED: Renewable Energy Initiatives, Renewable Energy, Energy Outlook, Economy, U.S. Energy Policy, Americans For Energy Leadership

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