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Global renewable energy trends

October 16, 2018
Full Title: Global renewable energy trends Author(s): Marlene Motyka, Andrew Slaughter, Carolyn Amon Publisher(s): Deloitte Insights Publication Date: 09/2018 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): HAVING only recently been recognized as a “mainstream” energy source, renewable energy...
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A First Look at Vehicle Miles Travelled in Partially-Automated Vehicles

Full Title: A First Look at Vehicle Miles Travelled in Partially-Automated Vehicles Author(s): Scott Hardman, Rosaria M. Berliner, Gil Tal Publisher(s): UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies Publication Date: 09/2018 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): This...
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The Economic Potential for Energy Storage in Nevada

Full Title: The Economic Potential for Energy Storage in Nevada Author(s): Ryan Hledik, Judy Chang, Roger Lueken, Johannes Pfeifenberger, John Imon Pedtke, and Jeremy Vollen Publisher(s): The Brattle Group Publication Date: 10/2018 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD...
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NET METERING IN THE STATES

Full Title: NET METERING IN THE STATES, A PRIMER ON REFORMS TO AVOID REGRESSIVE EFFECTS AND ENCOURAGE COMPETITION Author(s): Josh T. Smith, Grant Patty, and Katie Colton Publisher(s): Center for Growth and...
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A REVIEW OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF THE RENEWABLE FUEL STANDARD’S CORN ETHANOL MANDATE

Full Title: A REVIEW OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF THE RENEWABLE FUEL STANDARD’S CORN ETHANOL MANDATE Author(s): Arthur R. Wardle Publisher(s): The Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State University Publication Date:...
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GLOBAL WARMING OF 1.5 °C

Full Title: GLOBAL WARMING OF 1.5 °C Author(s): Myles Allen (UK), Mustafa Babiker (Sudan), Yang Chen (China), Heleen de Coninck (Netherlands), Sarah Connors (UK), Renée van Diemen (Netherlands), Opha Pauline Dube (Botswana), Kris...
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Solar, Wind, and State Mandates: 10 Years of Renewable Energy in the NSEE

Full Title: Solar, Wind, and State Mandates: 10 Years of Renewable Energy in the NSEE Author(s): Sarah B. Mills, Natalie B. Fitzpatrick, Christopher Borick Publisher(s): National Surveys on Energy and Environment, Issues...
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Reforming the Energy Vision in New York State

Full Title: Reforming the Energy Vision in New York State Author(s): Richard Kauffman Publisher(s): OurEnergyPolicy.org Lunch Event Speaker Publication Date: 10/2018 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): To see the video of the event with his powerpoint...
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Must the Energy Transition Be Slow? Not Necessarily

October 15, 2018
Full Title: Must the Energy Transition Be Slow? Not Necessarily Author(s): Nikos Tsafos Publisher(s): Center for Strategic and International Studies Publication Date: 09/2018 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): The world needs to shift its energy system...
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Industry Matters: Smarter Energy Use is Key for US Competitiveness, Jobs, and Climate Efforts

Full Title: Industry Matters: Smarter Energy Use is Key for US Competitiveness, Jobs, and Climate Efforts Author(s): Jason Walsh, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Mykael Goodsell-SooTho Publisher(s): Thirdway Publication Date: 10/18 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): In recent...
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