Counterproductive environmental policies: Long term versus short term substitution effects of gas in a liberalised electricity market

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1 Abstract In Norway, the environmental impact of building gas power in a liberalised market has been the main controversy for over a decade. Proponents of natural gas argue natural gas substitute more dirty sources of electricity generation within the Nordic market, while opponents argue there is no such guarantee and choose to focus on domestic emissions… (More)

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@inproceedings{Vogstad2004CounterproductiveEP, title={Counterproductive environmental policies: Long term versus short term substitution effects of gas in a liberalised electricity market}, author={Klaus Vogstad}, year={2004} }