Fiscal Year 2000 Climate Change Budget Authorization Request: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment of the Committee on Science, House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress, First Session, April 14, 1999, Volume 4

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1999 - 1457 pages
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Cost Data for CCTI Solar Technologies 20
CCTI Requirements for Qualifying Combined Heat and Power Systems 23
Characteristics of Candidate Cogeneration Systems 25
Projected Effects of the CCTI Tax Credit on Traditional Industrial Cogeneration 20002002 27
New Production Prototypes 29
LightDuty Vehicle Sales by Technology Type 19972020 32
Transportation Sector Carbon Emissions by Fuel Type 19972020 32
New U S Wind Generating Capacity Concurrent with the EPACT Production Tax Credit 19941999 37
Projected Effects of the CCTI Biomass Energy Production Tax Credit 2005 2010 and 2020 39
Projected Effects of the CCTI Biomass Energy Cofiring Tax Credit 2004 2005 2010 and 2020 40
Projected Effects of the CCTI Wind Energy Production Tax Credit 2005 2010 and 2020 41
Reductions in Carbon Emissions Projected To Result from CCTI Tax Initiatives 20022010 43
Projected Energy Savings and Carbon Emissions Reductions for Successful PATH Program Goals in New Housing 2005 2010 and 2020 48
Projected Residential Electricity Savings and Carbon Emissions Reductions for the Energy Star TVVCR Program in the AEO99 Reference Case 2005 ...
Projected Energy Savings and Carbon Emissions Reductions for Successful Million Solar Roofs Program 2005 2010 and 2020 50
LightDuty Vehicle Sales by Technology Type 19972020 55
LightDuty Vehicle Fuel Consumption by Fuel Type 19972020 56
Light Truck Sales 19972020 58
LightDuty Vehicle Fuel Consumption by Fuel Type 19972020 58

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