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Energy System Transition
Clean energy technologies that cost more than fossil fuel technologies require support through research and development (R&D).
We investigate how governments can support the development and diffusion of these technologies through the combination of regulatory mandates and economic incentives in the form of production/consumption subsidies.
The results of our research points out several valuable lessons for policy makers in designing cost-effective subsidy programs that can benefit clean energy technologies the most.
List of research collaborators:
Dr. Daniel L. Sanchez, University of California-Berkeley
Dr. Ken Caldeira, Carnegie Institution for Science
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