Renewable Energy in the United States

Renewable Energy in the United States

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Pickens Plan, California Desert Protection Act of 2010, Aquatic Species Program, List of U.S. states by electricity production from renewable sources, Outlook On Renewable Energy In America, AltaRock Energy, GreenFuel Technologies Corporation, REMP, Energy Victory, Bonneville Power Administration, East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition, Twenty In Ten, Algae fuel in the United States, Renewable energy law in Pennsylvania, Clean Energy Bank, Solar America Cities, Solar Energy Industries Association, Energy Smart Loan Program, New Energy for America, Americas Energy and Climate Symposium, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, New Manhattan Project for Energy Independence, Renewable energy credit, Washington International Renewable Energy Conference, Biomass Research and Development Board, Presidential Forum on Renewable Energy, National Algae Association, State Energy Program, Appliance Efficiency Program, Vanir Energy. Excerpt: The Pickens Plan is an energy policy proposal announced July 8, 2008 by American businessman T. Boone Pickens. Pickens wants to reduce American dependence on imported oil by investing approximately $US1 trillion in new wind turbine farms for power generation, which he believes would allow the natural gas currently used for power generation to be shifted to fuel CNG trucks and other heavy vehicles. Pickens thinks that his plan could reduce by $300 billion (43%) the amount the country spends annually on foreign oil. The main proposals of the plan are: Pickens thinks his plan that would provide 22% of electricity from wind power and the conversion for vehicles from gasoline to gas could be accomplished in less than 10 years with the right leadership. However, according to Chuck McGowin, senior project manager at the Electric Power Research Institute, a nonprofit organization funded by the electric pow...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Title:Renewable Energy in the United States
Author: Source: Wikipedia
Publisher:Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2011-08

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