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Full Title: Accelerate Energy Productivity 2030 Roadmap Author(s): U.S. Department of Energy and Partner Organizations Publisher(s): U.S. Department of Energy and Partner Organizations Publication Date: 09/2015 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): In September 2014, responding to...
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A diverse coalition of energy leaders put together by the Alliance to Save Energy (ASE) recently unveiled a set of recommendations for “Doubling US Energy Productivity by 2030.” Chaired by...
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Full Title: Cutting Carbon Pollution While Promoting Economic Growth Author(s): Myriam Alexander-Kearns and Alison Cassady Publisher(s): Center for American Progress Publication Date: 05/2015 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Recent experiences in the United States and abroad...
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Full Title: Distance Driven and Economic Activity in the Individual U.S. States: 1997-2011 Author(s): Michael Sivak Publisher(s): University of Michigan, Transportation Research Institute Publication Date: 9/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: During these times of heightened concern...
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Full Title: EROI of different fuels and the implications for society Author(s): Charles A.S. Hall, Jessica G. Lambert, Stephen B. Balogh Publisher(s): Elsevier, Energy Policy Publication Date: 2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): All forms of economic production...
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Full Title: GDP, Consumption, Jobs, and Costs: Tracking the Effects of Energy Policy Author(s): Alan J. Krupnick and David McLaughlin Publisher(s): Resources for the Future Publication Date: 5/2011 Language: English Length: 32 pages, PDF Full Text:...
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[caption id="attachment_18517" align="alignright" width="280"] Figure 1. GDP Per Capita versus Power Consumption Per Capita[/caption] Human well-being is a direct function of power consumed, or the rate at which work is done....
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Full Title: Mitigating Natural Gas Use in the Electricity Sector: Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, and the Role of States in Implementing the Clean Power Plan Author(s): Alison Cassady Publisher(s): Center for American...
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Full Title: Policy Drivers for Improving Electricity End-Use Efficiency in the U.S.:  An Economic-Engineering Analysis Author(s): Yu Wang and Marilyn A. Brown Publisher(s): Georgia Institute of Technology Publication Date: 2/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: This paper...
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The last century can rightly be called the Age of (Inexpensive or ‘Cheap’) Oil as world oil consumption grew from about 20 million tons per year in 1900 to just...
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Full Title: The Impacts of U.S. Crude Oil Exports on Domestic Crude Production, GDP, Employment, Trade, and Consumer Costs Author(s): Martin Tallett, Tom O’Connor, David Freyman, William Pepper, Briana Adams, Thu...
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Full Title: The Impacts of U.S. Crude Oil Exports on Domestic Crude Production, GDP, Employment, Trade, and Consumer Costs: Supplement -- State-Level Economic and Employment Impacts Author(s): Harry Vidas, Briana Adams,...
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Full Title: The Potential Rold of a Carbon Tax in U.S. Fiscal Reform Author(s): Warwick McKibbin, Adele Morris, Peter Wilcoxen, Yiyong Cai Publisher(s): Brookings Publication Date: 7/2012 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: This paper examines fiscal reform...
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Full Title: The Social Costs of Carbon? No, the Social Benefits of Carbon Author(s): Management Information Services, Inc. Publisher(s): American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity Publication Date: 1/2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt):  This report analyzes the impacts...
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