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Future carbon regulations and current investments in alternative coal-fired power plant technologies

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  • Sekar, Ram C.
  • Parsons, John E.
  • Herzog, Howard J.
  • Jacoby, Henry D.

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  • Sekar, Ram C. & Parsons, John E. & Herzog, Howard J. & Jacoby, Henry D., 2007. "Future carbon regulations and current investments in alternative coal-fired power plant technologies," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 35(2), pages 1064-1074, February.
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