June 2007
Hill;6/7/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 67, p17
The article presents a letter to the U.S. Congress about the inclusion of a national renewable portfolio standard (RPS) in energy security legislation. RPS has numerous advantages according to the group of corporations, manufacturers and labor organizations. It will help the nation to take full advantage of the abundant domestic renewable resources available for the generation of electricity and will produce substantial economic benefits.


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