U.S. EPA Supports Wind Energy

September 5, 2003 [SolasrAccess.com] While the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ruffled many feathers through the organization’s recent relaxing of Clean Air Act regulations, the organization has shown some recent support for renewable energy. The EPA is now offsetting the power used by its Region 6 Houston Laboratory Facility with wind energy certificates marketed by renewable power provider, 3 Phases Energy Services. The EPA’s power, in an amount equal to approximately 10,000,000 kWh over a three-year period, will be offset by certificates for generation from the New Mexico Wind Energy Center, a 204 MW wind energy project in Eastern New Mexico.
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