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Empowering The Wind: Overcoming Obstacles To Wind Energy Development In The United States, Dave Newman Jan 2003

Empowering The Wind: Overcoming Obstacles To Wind Energy Development In The United States, Dave Newman

Sustainable Development Law & Policy

This paper analyzes the development of the wind industry in the United States and the policies and programs that have been used to spur its growth. Section One discusses the economic and environmental benefits of wind energy today and tracks its recent growth within the U.S. and around the world. Section Two identifies and explains many of the obstacles to growth, including price distortions, discriminatory transmission policies, infrastructure limitations, and local opposition. Section Three includes a discussion of the federal and state incentives in place today and analyzes their impact on wind energy development throughout the country. Section Four ...


Why Did The Antitrust Agencies Embrace Unilateral Effects, Jonathan Baker Jan 2003

Why Did The Antitrust Agencies Embrace Unilateral Effects, Jonathan Baker

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