George Sterzinger, Jerry Stevens, and Matt Svrcek. Component Manufacturing: Wisconsin’s Future in the Renewable Energy Industry. Renewable Energy Policy Project (REPP), 2006.
It is the intent of this report to outline the potential for Wisconsin from a national commitment to accelerate renewable energy developmentDocument
Satya Rhodes-Conway, and Billy Parish. New Energy for Campuses: Energy-Saving Policies for Colleges and Universities. COWS, 2006.
The Apollo Alliance and the Campus Climate Challenge recommend that all campuses institute six basic reforms, the details of which are outlined in this report.Document
Kate Gordon, and Susan Ode. High Performance Cities: A Guide to Energy-Saving Policies for Urban Areas. COWS, 2005.
This report brings together a number of different strategies that can be used individually or in concert to reduce energy use and achieve real energy savings. These strategies are focused on building operations, renewable energy development, transportation, and financing.Document
Robert Borosage, and Joel Rogers. Both An Imperative and An Opportunity. South Florida Sun-Sentinel, 2005, p. 23A.
The Energy Bill from the George W. Bush era caters to the special interests of oil companies and does not reduce dependence on foreign oil. New energy for America requires investments in renewable energies and job openings in renewable energy sector as well as incentives for states and municipalities who are already taking action on environmental sustainability.Document
Joel Rogers, Institute for America’s Future, and Perryman Group. New Energy for America: The Apollo Jobs Report. Apollo Alliance, 2004.