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.
What does REPP stand for?
REPP stands for Renewable Energy Policy Project
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We have 13 other meanings of REPP in our Acronym Attic
- Repossess (delinquent secured loans)
- Repurchase Agreement
- Bulk Petroleum Contingency Report (US DoD)
- Petroleum Damage and Deficiency Report (US DoD)
- Reporting Emergency Petroleum, Oils, and Lubricants (US DoD)
- Réseaux pour la Prise En Charge et la Prévention de l'Obésité en Pédiatrie (French: Networks for Support and Prevention of Obesity in Pediatrics)
- Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (US NIH)
- Retail Electronic Point of Sale
- Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program (US FEMA)
- Rape Education and Prevention Program (various locations)
- Research Evaluation and Policy Project (Australia)
- Research in Education, Policy and Practice
- Reusable Environmental Protective Pack
- Rural Economic Policy Program (est. 1985; The Aspen Institute)
- Naval Training Systems Center Representative Pacific
- Regional Program for the Promotion of Indigenous Knowledge in Asia
- Radiation Emergency Preparedness and Public Information Regulations (UK)
- Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program Manual (US FEMA)
- Regional Economic Performance Public Service Agreement (UK)
- Repair Parts Supply
Samples in periodicals archive:
She is a member of the Board of the Oregon Build Environment and Sustainable Technologies Center, and a former member of the Renewable Energy Policy Project Board.
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.
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.
Renewable energy will not gain a sustainable foothold until the markets fully recognize, value and compensate these sources for air quality and other social benefits," says David Wooley of the Renewable Energy Policy Project.