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Organized Elite Power and Clean Energy: A Study of Negative Policy Experimentations with Renewable Portfolio Standards
Energy Policy
September 06, 2021
This study, published in Review of Policy Research, examines elite power groups use of Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS), one of the most widely adopted clean energy policies in the U.S..
Electricity Customer Choice in Ohio: How Competition Has Outperformed Traditional Monopoly Regulation
Energy Policy
November 01, 2016
This study, published for the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council, assesses the effects that deregulation of electricity generation has had on electricity prices in Ohio.
Vulnerability of Existing and Planned Coal-Fired Power Plants in Developing Asia to Changes in Climate and Water Resources
Energy Policy
September 20, 2019
This study, posted in Energy and Environmental Science, describes the impact of the growing use of coal power generation in Asia on climate and water resources.
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