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It is critical that we ensure our nation enjoys a reliable and resilient grid, and that consumers continue to have access to affordable and reliable electricity. But today, coal-fired power...
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Full Title: Assessing Emerging Policy Threats to the U.S. Power Grid: How Regulations, Mandates, and Subsidies Undermine Electric Reliability Author(s): Travis Fisher Publisher(s): Institute for Energy Research (IER) Publication Date: 02/2015 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description...
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Full Title: Assessment of Incentives and Employment Impacts of Solar Industry Deployment Author(s): David P. Vogt, Susan M. Schexnayder, Tom N. Yoder, Edward J. Lapsa, and Alexandra T. Brewer Publisher(s): Securing America's...
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The use of fossil fuels drives climate change. Unfortunately, the path to clean sources of electricity, heat, and transport is impeded by the continued government subsidization of fossil fuels. In...
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Full Title: Carbon Taxes and Energy Subsidies: A Comparison of the Incentives and Costs of Zero-Carbon Deployment Author(s): Alex Trembath, Ted Nordhaus, and Michael Shellenberger Publisher(s): The Breakthrough Institute Publication Date: 9/2012 Full Text: –>DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<– Description (excerpt): Carbon taxes like...
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A recent report from the Congressional Budget Office found that in 2011 federal support for fuel and energy technology development and production was $24 billion. Of this, $20.5 billion, or...
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Full Title: Costly Subsidies for the Rich Quantifying the Subsidies Offered to Battery Electric Powered Cars Author(s): Wayne Winegarden, Ph.D. Publisher(s): Pacific Research Institute Publication Date: 02/2018 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): The federal, state, and...
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Full Title:  Direct Federal Financial Interventions and Subsidies in Energy in Fiscal Year 2010 Author(s): U.S. Energy Information Administration Publisher(s): U.S. Energy Information Administration Publication Date: 8/2011 Language: English Length: 105 pages, PDF Full Text: –>DOWNLOAD...
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[Note: The statements below are intended solely to stimulate discussion among the Expert community, and do not represent the position of OurEnergyPolicy.org. Text in italics indicates clarification or expansion.] Diesel accounts...
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[Note: The statements below are intended solely to stimulate discussion among the Expert community, and do not represent the position of OurEnergyPolicy.org. Text in italics indicates clarification or expansion.] The main...
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