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This paper aims at characterizing the conditions of wind power deployment in order to infer a carbon price level that would provide wind power with comparable advantage o [...]
28 January 2015 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Mitigating climate change will require reduced use of fossil fuels to generate electricity. To do so and eschewing nuclear power, countries have turned to wind energy. In [...]
2016-06 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Control power (regulating power, balancing power) is used to quickly restore the supply-demand balance in power systems. Variable renewable energy sources (VRE) such as w [...]
2013-05 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Power interruptions are a typical characteristic of national grids in developing countries. Manufacturing, processing, refrigeration and other facilities that require a d [...]
2009-09 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Expansion of emerging energy industries—unconventional natural gas extraction, wind power development, and corn-based ethanol production—in rural areas of the Unite [...]
English | 2013 | Report |
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Energy, agriculture, and GHG emissions are highly interrelated. Several agricultural commodities are currently used as feedstock for biofuel production to replace fossil [...]
2011-02 | Report |
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Unlike oil and coal, which are compressed forms of energy, renewable energy requires unusually large land areas. This article calculates the consequences of a switch to h [...]
English | 2009-05 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper explores the viability of relying on wind power to replace upwards of 60% of electricity generation in Alberta that would be lost if coal-fired generation is p [...]
2016-06 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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British Columbia’s electricity grid is comprised primarily of hydroelectric generating assets. The ability to store water in reservoirs is a significant advantage for t [...]
2010-03 | Working or Discussion Paper |

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