Assuring Legal Access to Solar Energy: An Overview with Proposed Legislation for the State of Nebraska

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Stangl, Debra L.
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1979
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INTRODUCTION|In a very real sense, the world today is faced with an energy problem which, in its simplest terms, consists of an increasing energy demand on decreasing finite petroleum energy supplies. In its totality, this problem may well be the most complex and important environmental problem ever faced by man. |Proposed solutions to the energy problem advocate a shift from primary dependence on petroleum energy resources to a program of integrated alternative energy sources. The direct use of solar energy to heat and cool buildings, to heat water, and to generate electricity, is expected to be an integral part of a program of integrated alternative energy sources and to provide for a significant portion of our energy needs. |Successful implementation of and dependence on solar energy use requires unimpeded access to sunlight as an energy source. However, under the present state of the law there is no right to...
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12 Creighton L. Rev. 567 (1978-1979)
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Creighton University School of Law
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