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States Emerge as Clean Energy Investors: A Review of State Support for Renewable Energy

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  • Bolinger, Mark
  • Wiser, Ryan
  • Milford, Lew
  • Stoddard, Michael
  • Porter, Kevin

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  • Bolinger, Mark & Wiser, Ryan & Milford, Lew & Stoddard, Michael & Porter, Kevin, 2001. "States Emerge as Clean Energy Investors: A Review of State Support for Renewable Energy," The Electricity Journal, Elsevier, vol. 14(9), pages 82-95, November.
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    3. Zhu, Lei & Fan, Ying, 2010. "Optimization of China's generating portfolio and policy implications based on portfolio theory," Energy, Elsevier, vol. 35(3), pages 1391-1402.
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