Policy Decision Support for Renewables Deployment through Spatially Explicit Practically Optimal Alternatives

@article{Lombardi2020PolicyDS,
  title={Policy Decision Support for Renewables Deployment through Spatially Explicit Practically Optimal Alternatives},
  author={Francesco Lombardi and Bryn Pickering and Emanuela Colombo and Stefan Pfenninger},
  journal={Joule},
  year={2020},
  volume={4},
  pages={2185-2207}
}

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