Law 270.6 Resource Alternatives: Tradition Fuels, Oil and Hydroelectric Power Resource Alternatives: Introduction to Tradition Fuels, and Oil and Hydroelectric Power - February 21, 2008. The choice of fuel for generating electricity has significant implications for the environment, the economy, the reliability of power delivery, and national security. After an overview of the fuel choices, we will discuss oil and hydroelectric power.
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Tags: uc berkeley course boalt law global environment environmental economy energy practice electricity markets oil gas coal nuclear green solar wind power conservation management petroleum transportation air pollution greenhouse emissions urban suburban development electric transmission grid land use yt:quality=high Steve Weissman LAW 270.6 environmental law energy law energy resource plannin
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