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Social costing of electricity and the benefits of demand - side mangement

1992

333.793
P1731

Social costing is the regulatory practice of incoporating the external costs and benefits of electricity generation into electric utilities' resource decisions. Using a utilitary dispatch and planning model, we investigate the implications of different social costing regimes for the avoided generation and investment costs of four different DSM programs : two capacity - saving and two energy - saving...

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