Renewable Realities

Greenwald, Steven F.; Gray, Jeffrey P.
February 2010
Power;Feb2010, Vol. 154 Issue 2, p20
Trade Publication
The article focusses on the law regulations related to fossil-fueled electric generation projects in California. It states that delayed and insufficient laws for renewable energy is hampering its development. It highlights that fossil-fueled generation is required to face the challenges faced by climate change. California believes that 12 billion dollars is needed to formulate new renewable projects. It states that in order to combat greenhouse gases it is necessary to develop the projects.


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