January 18, 2009

JONATHAN ADLER: “The Cape Wind experience illustrates how existing regulatory regimes are not particularly welcoming to alternative energy development. . . . If wind power and other alternative energy sources are to ever make a significant and cost-justified contribution to the nation’s energy supply, the regulatory thicket will need to be cleared. The Bush Administration showed little interest in such an undertaking, despite its stated commitment to less onerous regulation and technological innovation. Perhaps the Obama Administration will recognize the need innovation-enhancing regulatory reforms.”

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