Back in June, the Bismarck Tribune ran an interview with North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Tony Clark that showed just how difficult it is to build national consensus for renewable...
California's Green Gaffe
Some green-energy policies disregard the value of energy use, risking market distortion and consumer backlash.
California’s Highest Priority Resource,” p. 3, California Public Utilities Commission and California Energy Commission, August 2006 ( ftp://ftp.cpuc.ca.gov/Egy_Efficiency/CalCleanEng-English-Aug2006.pdf).
8. Some other authorities have highlighted this distinction: “ The Private Cost Effectiveness of Improving Energy Efficiency ,” Australian Government Productivity Commission, Inquiry Report No. 36, Aug. 31, 2005, Overview section.