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The Economics of Alternative Energy

 Jim Harding
  15th-Apr-2009
Description: Coal and nuclear power are expensive. The Financial crisis hurts all large capital intensive options. Efficiency remains the cheapest supply option. PV is at or near parity with new resources in most of the world, and is rapidly nearing grid parity. Utility eligibility for solar ITC is big, especially with collapse of tax equity market. Every utility and policy maker needs to stay on top of this technology.
Views: 3189
Domain: Energy
Category: Photovoltaics/Solar
Contents:
Economics of New Reactors and Alternatives
Jim Harding Harding Consulting March 2009 Minneapolis, Minnesota

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