The Northeastern U.S. is simultaneously home to the most ambitious regional renewable energy goals and the most constrained lands in the U.S. This paper builds upon past work on siting policy to examine siting solutions tailored to meeting renewable energy demand in a land-constrained region. Along with creative new approaches to renewables siting, the paper examines four approaches to reduce the need for land-intensive utility-scale renewables.
Siting Renewable Generation: The Northeast Perspective
Eleanor Stein, Mike O'Boyle
San Francisco, CA: Energy Innovation
March 01, 2013
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