Overcoming Obstacles to the Development of Wind Power: What the United States Can Learn From Other Countries
Article from: OGEL 3 (2009), in OGEL Student Special
(University of Houston Law Center) Section I of this paper provides background information and explores the factors currently driving growth in the wind energy industry in the United States. Section II provides an analysis of the factors serving to restrain the growth, and compares them to the experiences of other countries in their pursuit to increase wind development. Section II also analyzes ways in which the United States can overcome the restraints by learning from the experiences of other countries. Section III concludes with a plan of action to allow ...