Buccino, Sharon
March 2012
Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law;Spring2012, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p369
Academic Journal
The article offers information about the sustainable energy use. It discusses about the amount of energy needed by the individual for consumption, various laws and legislations made for the conservation of energy, plans and policies implemented for increasing the energy efficiency. It states about the regional transmission planning for energy conservation and consumption. It concludes that a proper planning is required for increased energy output and for least environmental damages.


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