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Beia Spiller
Time-Variant Pricing in NY’s REV
Throughout most of the country, residential electricity customers pay the same price for electricity regardless of when it is consumed. Such flat rates mask the fact that true system costs vary over time according to electricity demand. Prices…
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Mark Drajem
Can We Find a Future for Coal?
Coal can’t get much love. Cheap natural gas and a bevy of EPA regulations are conspiring to force old coal plants to close and pushing U.S. production down to less than one billion short tons, near a two-decade…
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Climate Engineering: Solution or Problem?

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Simon Nicholson
Growing Poor Slowly: Why We Must Have Renewable Energy

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Dr. Bruce Dale
Plenty At Stake: Indicators of American Energy Insecurity

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Senator Lisa Murkowski (R – AK)
Protecting Our Climate and the Middle Class

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Congressman Chris Van Hollen (D-MD)