This comment first defines the energy-environment dilemma which frames the issues of energy facility siting. The comment then compares and evaluates the relative strengths and weaknesses of fast-track siting and one-stop siting. The comment concludes that, in an effort to expedite the siting process and to increase domestic energy production, the Reagan Administration should adopt a federal policy favoring one-stop siting.
Charles R. Ching,
Energy Facility Siting: Recent Models of Reform,
56 Wash. L. Rev.
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