Survey Pegs Texas Renewable Energy Policy as Nation's Best

May 2001
Power Engineering;May2001, Vol. 105 Issue 5, p15
Trade Publication
Focuses on a survey conducted by the American Wind Energy Association which concludes that the minimum renewable energy requirement adopted by Texas is the effective policy any state has adopted to promote renewable energy. Policies adopted to promote wind power; Information on the Renewables Portfolio Standard; Other requirements of the Texas law.


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