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Competitiveness of Brazilian Sugarcane Ethanol Compared to US Corn Ethanol
Corn ethanol produced in the US and sugarcane ethanol produced in Brazil are the world’s leading sources of biofuel. Current US biofuel policies create both incentives and constraints for the importExpand
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Competitiveness of Brazilian sugarcane ethanol compared to US corn ethanol
Corn ethanol produced in the US and sugarcane ethanol produced in Brazil are the world's leading sources of biofuel. Current US biofuel policies create both incentives and constraints for the importExpand
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Adoption of residential solar power under uncertainty: Implications for renewable energy incentives
Many incentives at the state and federal level exist for household adoption of renewable energy like solar photovoltaic (PV) panels. Despite generous financial incentives the adoption rate is low. WeExpand
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Welfare Effects of Biofuels Trade Policy in the Presence of Environmental Externalities
We develop a stylized model of fuel markets in an open economy and derive the optimal mix of trade and environmental policy instruments for biofuels and gasoline that maximizes social surplus andExpand
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Can biofuels be a solution to climate change? The implications of land use change-related emissions for policy
Biofuels have gained increasing attention as an alternative to fossil fuels for several reasons, one of which is their potential to reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the transportationExpand
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Measuring Indirect Land Use Change with Biofuels: Implications for Policy
The indirect land use change (ILUC) effect of biofuels has called into question the greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation benefit of biofuels compared with that of fossil fuels. This article reviews theExpand
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Solar PV Technology Adoption in the United States: An Empirical Investigation of State Policy Effectiveness
State policy incentives for solar power have grown significantly in the past several years. This paper uses county level panel data to investigate whether state policy incentives are effective inExpand
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Are policy incentives for solar power effective? Evidence from residential installations in the Northeast
State incentives for solar power have grown significantly in the past several years. This paper examines the effectiveness of policy incentives to increase residential solar photovoltaic (PV)Expand
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Acetylenic TACE inhibitors. Part 1. SAR of the acyclic sulfonamide hydroxamates.
The SAR of a series of potent sulfonamide hydroxamate TACE inhibitors, all bearing a butynyloxy P1' group, was explored. In particular, compound 5j has excellent in vitro potency against isolatedExpand
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Carbon Abatement in the Fuel Market with Biofuels: Implications for Second-Best Policies
A carbon tax would penalize carbon intensive fuels like gasoline and shift fuel consumption to less carbon intensive alternatives like biofuels. Since biofuel production competes for land withExpand
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