The U.S. Government Printing Office is offering for sale a series of publications on clean and renewable energy, coal industry and petroleum supply, energy consumptions, regulations and energy-efficient homes to professionals involved in the fields of energy; petroleum and electricity; librarians; homeowners; and interested members of the public..
Publisher: Energy Dept.
Description: Monthly periodical. Subscription price covers issues for 1 year. Copies of the latest 6 issues are retained in stock for individual purchase. Single copy, $4.00; foreign single copy, $5.60. Reports on current developments pertaining to all forms of energy, including petroleum, natural gas, fission, fusion, renewables, and synthetics. It also reports on United States Department of Energy publications and policies. Title formerly: Energy Insider. EINS. File Code 2G. Item 0429-T-37.
Publisher: Congress, Congressional Budget Office
Description: A CBO Study. Edited by Christian Spoor. Compares 3 methods of reducing gasoline comsumption in the United States: setting higher Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for passenger vehicles; raising the Federal tax on gasoline; and setting a limit on carbon emissions from gasoline combustion and requiring gasoline producers to hold allowances for those emissions, known as a cap-and-trade program.
Year/Pages: 2002: 48 p.; ill.
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