WEFA calls Bush’s rejection of Kyoto sound economic policy

Many of the administration௿½s critics are relying on natural gas supply to meet rapid growth in electricity demand. However, these expectations conflict with WEFA௿½s analysis of gas markets. Natural gas markets will remain tight for several years, and thus will not provide the panacea for the power industry.

HARRISBURG, Pa., March 14 /PRNewswire/ – Representatives of a consortium of private companies, non-profit organizations and public agencies, including Community Energy, Inc., the Exelon Power Team, Atlantic Renewable Energy Corporation, Zilkha Renewable Energy, the TRF Sustainable Development Fund and the Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Coalition (MAREC) today announced that they will build a new 15-megawatt wind farm in Fayette County. Pennsylvania Secretary of Environmental Protection (DEP) James Seif and Public Utility Commission (PUC) Member Nora Mead Brownell joined the groups at the announcement in the State Capitol.

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