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ISLAMABAD -- The USAID Energy Policy Project, in collaboration with Roots College International Millennium Campus, on Saturday conducted an interactive seminar on the energy crisis in Pakistan and effective energy saving habits for its students at the Roots Millennium Campus here.
Under USAID, the Energy Policy Project is providing support to the Government of Pakistan to increase power generation, decrease transmission losses and increase recoveries by investing in selected energy projects and supporting GOP reforms effort with technical assistance and new technologies.
Mr Sterzinger of the Renewable Energy Policy Project cited concerns that the industry may not be capable of producing enough biofuels to meet the ambitious goals, saying the 36 billion gallon benchmark was "a bit of a stretch.
Environmental Protection Agency, the Renewable Energy Policy Project and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
The Renewable Energy Policy Project [REPP, 3140 Tydings Hall, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742] noted in its January 1997 report, "Truth and Labeling for Electric Power" that not all renewables are equally "green.
Environmental Protection Agency, the Renewable Energy Policy Project, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Think Energy, Inc.
An independent study conducted last year for the Blue Green Alliance by the Renewable Energy Policy Project found that these twelve states in particular stand to gain nearly 170,000 new manufacturing jobs in wind turbine manufacturing and almost 93,000 new manufacturing jobs making the parts for solar power equipment.
For example, a 2003 study by the Renewable Energy Policy Project of 25,000 property sales within view of 10 wind farms in seven states revealed "the statistical analysis does not support a contention that sales within the view shed of wind developments suffer or perform poorer than in a comparable region.