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Energy Law and Policy Research: Books


Located on the Loft Level  of the Vermont Law School library, in the Environmental Collection,  you will find a comprehensive, rich, and varied assortment of books relating to energy law and policy.

Energy law and policy information can be found in books covering a wide variety of topics including climate change, water law, food and agriculture law, planning and zoning, hazardous waste, natural resources, sustainability, environmental justice, environmental economics, dispute resolution, etc.

Also, within the over-arching topic of energy law and policy are numerous sub-topics including renewable energy,  hydropower, solar power, nuclear power, fossil fuels, oil and gas, coal, carbon emissions, utility rates, electric policy, energy demand, public utilities, energy efficiency, technologies,transportation, electric vehicles, distributed generation, the Clean Power Plan, a smart electric grid, distributed energy resources, the energy trilemma, energy justice, regulatory frameworks, national energy policy, international energy policy, etc. 

To locate energy related books in the Library's Environmental Collection, use Julien, the VLS library catalog. The Table of Contents is included for many books and is searched when you do a keyword search along with the book title and subject headings. And, if you click on the displayed book cover you'll find a description of the contents of the book!


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