CEED study spurns renewables

July 1995
Power Engineering;Jul95, Vol. 99 Issue 7, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on a study `Energy Choices in a Competitive Era: The Role of Renewable and Traditional Energy Resources in America's Electric Generation Mix,' from the Center for Energy and Economic Development (CEED) which exposes the reality of free energy from renewables in the United States. Availability of the study; Contact information.


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