Alternative Fuel Promotion
Oklahoma's Bioenergy Initiative encourages Oklahoma to establish bioenergy production programs to improve energy security, create opportunities for economic development within the state, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Oklahoma shall develop and pursue bioenergy alternatives for cleaner energy sources, drawing on its vast supplies of crop residues, grasses, trees, animal waste, and other biomass resources. (Reference Executive Order 2001-22)
Type: Laws and Regulations
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