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Clean energy technologies have begun to transform the national economy. Growth in this sector is expected to be as high as four-‐fold, generating more than $2 trillion per year by 2020. Washington State has historically been a leader in the field by pursuing low-‐carbon energy policies, such as renewable portfolio standards and green building codes. But as competition increases, Washington needs to continue to improve to stay on top. This report presents a package of proposals that address policy and technical barriers to developing Washington State’s clean energy economy.
University of Washington Technology Law and Public Policy Clinic
Energy and Utilities Law | Science and Technology Law
University of Washington Technology Law and Public Policy Clinic,
Growing Washington's Clean Energy Economy,
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uw.edu/techclinic/6