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Journal of Engineering
and Public Policy

(Volume 13, August 2009)

Table of Contents

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INTRODUCTION

Technology & Innovation

RURAL BROADBAND: THE ROAD TO 21st CENTURY ECNOMIC GROWTH
Milad Alemohammad Drexel University

THE HYBRID SPACE PROGRAM: A COMMERICAL STRATEGY FOR NASA’s CONSTELLATION PROGRAM

Daniel Hendrickson Florida Institute of Technology

IMPROVING INNOVATION WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT of ENERGY
Joe Mullenbach University of Minnesota

Energy & the Environment

CHALLENGES TO THE DEVELOPMENT AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE IN THE UNITED STATES
Cheyenne Andrea Alabanzas
University of Alaska Anchorage

CHANGING THE ENERGY LANDSCAPE: THE IMPACTS OF A NATIONAL RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY STANDARD
Caitlin M. Augustin University of Miami

Biofuels Policy & Regulatory Issues: Applying Green House Gas Emissions Lifecycle Analysis
Jennifer Christensen Texas A&M University

IMPLEMENTING A UNITED STATES BUILDING LABELING PROGRAM for ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Charlie Haack Pennsylvania State University

FINANCING NEW NUCLEAR: THE GOVERNMENT's ROLE IN THE NUCLEAR RENAISSANCE
John Hanson Ohio State University

CRITICAL MASS: GUIDING SOLAR to INCENTIVE INDEPENDENCE
Ian Hoffbeck Calvin College

WATER SCARCITY AND THE NUCLEAR POWER INDUSTRY
Daniel Kreis Missouri University of Science & Technology

POLICY OPTIONS FOR NUCLEAR WASTE MANAGEMENT: A SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION FOR EXPANDED NUCLEAR ENERGY
Sarah Widder University of Washington

SOLAR ELECTRICITY: RESIDENTIAL PHOTOVOLTAIC IMPLEMENTATION VIA NATIONAL FEED IN TARIFF
Steven Timothy Cornell University

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