Study: Taking Steps Toward Renewable Energy A new report from the Rand Corp. suggests the United States can get 25 percent of it energy from renewables such as wind and ethanol by the year 2025.
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Study: Taking Steps Toward Renewable Energy

Study: Taking Steps Toward Renewable Energy

Study: Taking Steps Toward Renewable Energy

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A new report from the Rand Corp. suggests the United States can get 25 percent of it energy from renewables such as wind and ethanol by the year 2025.

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Michael Toman, senior economist; director of Environment, Energy, and Economic Development Program, RAND Corp.