Law 270.7 Biomass & Biofuels, and Landfill Gas Pollution Control Laws and Renewable Energy - November 5, 2008 A look at current practice and potential related to biomass use for powerplants, and the evolving effort to develop viable biofuels for transportation. Addressing the energy payback and carbon neutrality of biomass and biofuels; Indirect effect of water pollution and waste management laws on the development of renewable energy.
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Channels: Physics (General)
Tags: energy environment renewable energy energy regulation economic regulation utilities alternative energy green power deregulation electricity electric power alternative fuels oil natural gas nuclear power windpower geothermal solar photovoltaics biomass biofuel coal hydroelectric distributed generation rate setting rate design public utilities municipal utilities transmission distribution generation energy efficiency demand side management demand response
Duration: 129m 44s
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