Electricity Production

March 2013
Regulation;Spring2013, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p76
Academic Journal
Reviews of the articles "Resource Adequacy and the Impacts of Capacity Subsidies in Competitive Electricity Markets," by R. J. Briggs and Andrew Kleit, "The Prospects for Cost-Competitive Solar PV Power," by Stefan Reichelstein and Michael Yorston, and "The Private and Public Economics of Renewable Electricity Generation," by Severin Borenstein, are presented.


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