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Over the last decade soaring gasoline and natural gas prices have brought in focus, again and again, the role of green energy – in other words renewable energy – in providing electricity, replacing fossil fuel use, and curbing the growing craze for power transmission equipment. But in terms of awareness, adoption and implementation of green energy imperatives, the United States, in a substantial measure, lagged behind the West European counterparts and Japan, who took giant strides in implementing green energy technologies and policies. Unfortunately, America is ranked as low as the 22nd energy efficient counties.

Surprisingly, since the early seventies our electricity consumption had tripled. Our ineffective middle-east policies and oil-politics, had thrust us in perpetual war-games, and made us nonchalant about the impending long-run hazards of mankind. Also, the responsibility of failure rests on partisanship, special interest advocacy groups and ineffective political rhetorics of the past regime. During pre-election campaign President Obama had been very critical about our flawed energy policies, and his much-advertized vision for energy policy had placed the significance and exigency of green energy policies at the forefront.

His draft policy substantially emphasized the salient efficacies of the renewable energy. While emphasizing the the importance of


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2 Responses to “Green Energy – Green Energy Policy Outlook”

  1. Lila V. Mcintosh Says:

    When energy is purchased from the electricity network, the power reaching the consumer will not necessarily be generated from green energy sources. The local utility company , electric company , or state power pool buys their electricity from electricity producers who may be generating from fossil fuel , nuclear or renewable energy sources. In many countries green energy currently provides a very small amount of electricity, generally contributing less than 2 to 5% to the overall pool. In some U.S. states, local governments have formed regional power purchasing pools using Community Choice Aggregation and Solar Bonds to achieve a 51% renewable mix or higher, such as in the City of San Francisco.

  2. Get Smart Says:

    Policy Index >> Policies to Promote Renewable Energy Progressive policy-making has the greatest impact on our renewable energy future. We have gathered what we believe to be the most effective government policies around the world to promote renewable energy technologies. Studies show that the world is blessed with renewable resources. There is enough potential capacity on each continent to meet the world’s entire power generation requirements without the use of fossil fuels. In the past decade, technology costs have dropped dramatically – yet the key driver for getting renewables onto the grid has been forward-thinking policy-making at the local, state and federal levels.

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