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Klein and Noblet publish in Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports

The paper titled Exploring Sustainable Energy Economics: Net Metering, Rate Designs and Consumer Behavior reviews and synthesizes the literature “on residential rate design, net metering and DG costs/benefits. and consumer behavior to understand what progress published literature has made in addressing public policy concerns in these areas.”  The review is motivated by the “increasing adoption of renewable energy distributed generation (DG) and concerns over cost shifts and utility cost recovery” and a need to inform stakeholders about the impacts of alternative rate designs and policies. To read more see:


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