Brier, M. William
January 2004
Electric Perspectives;Jan/Feb2004, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p72
Advocates for the enactment of the comprehensive energy legislation currently under consideration by the U. S. Congress. Major provisions of the proposed legislation; Opinions expressed in the mass media regarding the legislation; Provisions in the bill for consumer energy assistance programs and development of renewable energy sources.


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