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Technological learning and renewable energy costs: implications for US renewable energy policy
Abstract This paper analyzes the relationship between current renewable energy technology costs and cumulative production, research, development and demonstration expenditures, and otherExpand
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Exploring the Water-Thermoelectric Power Nexus
AbstractIn 2005, thermoelectric power accounted for 41% of all freshwater withdrawals and roughly 3% of all consumptive use in the United States. With the demand for electricity projected to increaseExpand
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Multiwell CO2 injectivity: impact of boundary conditions and brine extraction on geologic CO2 storage efficiency and pressure buildup.
CO2 storage efficiency is a metric that expresses the portion of the pore space of a subsurface geologic formation that is available to store CO2. Estimates of storage efficiency for large-scaleExpand
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Combining power plant water needs and carbon dioxide storage using saline formations: Implications for carbon dioxide and water management policies
Research involving management of carbon dioxide has increased markedly over the last decade as it relates to concerns over climate change. Capturing and storing carbon dioxide (CO2) in geologicalExpand
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Scenario Analysis of Chinese Passenger Vehicle Growth
This article reports on a simulation and scenario analysis of Chinese passenger vehicle growth and resulting energy demand and CO 2 emissions. The model includes provincial level logistic growthExpand
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Storing Carbon Dioxide in Saline Formations: Analyzing Extracted Water Treatment and Use for Power Plant Cooling.
In an effort to address the potential to scale up of carbon dioxide (CO{sub 2}) capture and sequestration in the United States saline formations, an assessment model is being developed using aExpand
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Decision Support for Integrated Water-Energy Planning.
Currently, electrical power generation uses about 140 billion gallons of water per day accounting for over 39% of all freshwater withdrawals thus competing with irrigated agriculture as the leadingExpand
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Geologic storage of hydrogen.
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Economic Uncertainty in Subsurface CO2 Storage: Geological Injection Limits and Consequences for Carbon Managment Costs
Storing large volumes of carbon dioxide (CO2) in saline formations is a potential option to mitigate CO2 emissions from power generating stations from entering the atmosphere. Inherent to thisExpand
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