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Solar Energy: Federal Initiatives Overlap but Take Measures to Avoid Duplication
Frank Rusco (au)
The U.S. has abundant solar energy resources and solar, along with wind, offers the greatest energy and power potential among all currently available domestic renewable resources. In Feb. 2012, GAO reported that 23 federal agencies had implemented nearly 700 renewable energy initiatives in FY 2010 äóî including initiatives that supported solar energy technologies. The existence of such initiatives at multiple agencies raised questions about the potential for duplication, which can occur when multiple initiatives support the same technology advancement activities and technologies, direct funding to the same recipients, and have the same goals. This report identifies (1) solar-related initiatives supported by federal agencies in FY 2010 and 2011 and key characteristics of those initiatives; and (2) the extent of fragmentation, overlap, and duplication, if any, of federal solar-related initiatives, as well as the extent of any coordination among these initiatives. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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