This Article focuses on small-scale and midsized facilities and does not consider large-scale facilities, which tend to be located far from population centers. These facilities certainly raise pressing legal concerns, not least of which is how the energy sprawl they create should be managed. Indeed, siting (along with initial start-up financing) is a primary barrier to large-scale renewable energy. This Article sets large-scale facilities aside and focuses primarily on projects whose scale allows them to be incorporated into inhabited structures.
Sara C. Bronin,
Building-Related Renewable Energy and the Case of 360 State Street,
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