Carbon Price instead of Support Schemes: Wind Power Investments by the Electricity Market
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- Marie Petitet & Finon Dominique & Tanguy Janssen, 2015. "Carbon price instead of support schemes : Windpower investments by the electricity markets," CIRED Working Papers hal-01108443, HAL.
- Finon Dominique & Tanguy Janssen & Marie Petitet, 2015. "Carbon price instead of support schemes : Windpower investments by the electricity markets," CIRED Working Papers hal-01108944, HAL.
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