June 2007
Hill;6/5/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 65, p23
The article presents a letter to the U.S. Congress from American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) regarding the Congress consideration to include the national renewable portfolio standard (RPS) in energy security legislation. The AWEA stated the importance of RPS considering the increased reliance on energy imports. The advocates regarding RPS was emphasized to have substantial environmental benefits since it reduce greenhouse gases and conventional pollutants including nitrogen oxide.


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