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Feasibility Analysis: Renewable Energy Potential in New Mexico (Indian Pueblos Case Study) Edit Title
The purpose of this feasibility study focuses on an educational study of renewable energy potential in New Mexico. It focuses on a theoretical potential of educating one tribe about the specific commercial and other opportunities. The case study tailors renewable energy technologies – specifically solar and wind – for potential for Ohkay Owingeh Tribe. The study explores possible uses of solar and wind energy on tribal lands, including a discussion of funding and legal challenges. The feasibility study concludes with a theoretical action plan for the Ohkay Owingeh tribe.
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