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Renewable Energies, Alternative Fuels

Renewable energies, alternative fuels

General

▶Agencies

Bureau of Energy Resources (ENR) (State Dept.),2201 C St. N.W., #4428, 20520; (202) 647-8543. John McCarrick, Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Energy Affairs (Acting), (202) 647-1498.

Web, www.state.gov/e/enr, Twitter, @EnergyAtState

Blog, https://blogs.state.gov/tags/economic-and-energy-issues

Manages the global energy economy through diplomacy between energy producers and consumers, and stimulates the market forces toward the advancement of sustainable, renewable energy sources.

Bureau of Land Management (BLM) (Interior Dept.), Energy, Minerals, and Realty Management,1849 C St. N.W., #5625, 20240; (202) 912-7311. Fax, (202) 208-4800. Timothy Spisak, Assistant Director (Acting), (202) 912-7311.

Web, www.blm.gov/programs/energy-and-minerals

Develops and administers policy, guidance, and performance oversight for the renewable energy program, including wind, solar, and geothermal energy; the fluid minerals program, including oil, gas, and helium; the solid minerals programs, including mining law, coal, ...

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