Energy Policy

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Many government policies, projects and opportunities focus on energy for and from agriculture. Find detailed information about these policies and programs.

United States Department of Agriculture.

Links to policies, programs, research, interactive tools, audio, video and news for energy resources, bioenergy and alternative energy sources.

University of Arkansas. National Agricultural Law Center.

Provides access to case law, regulations, statutes, Center publications, Congressional Research Service reports and information from Federal government and organizations about renewable energy and biofuels.

USDA. Office of the Chief Economist.

The Office of Energy and Environmental Policy (OEEP) serves as a focal point for the Department’s energy, environmental markets, and climate change activities. OEEP coordinates policy analysis, long-range planning, research priority setting, and response strategies for addressing energy development and environmental policy, and houses the Office of Climate Change Program Office (CCPO), Energy Policy and New Uses (OEPNU), and the Office of Environmental Markets (OEM).

Environmental and Energy Study Institute.

Provides information about renewable energy policy, the Farm Bill, and energy-focused Congressional caucuses through publications including the Sustainable Bioenergy, Farms, and Forests (SBFF) newsletter, issue briefs and articles.

The White House.

Policy information on energy and the environment including the clean energy economy, climate change, and a secure energy future. New, short video messages from President Obama, and the Blueprint for a Secure Energy Future are featured. [Archived.]