Multi-regional evaluation of the U.S. electricity sector under technology and policy uncertainties: Findings from MARKAL EPA9rUS modeling
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KeywordsMARKAL; Multi-regional model; EPAUS9r database; Electricity; Clean Energy Standards; Carbon emission; Marginal abatement cost;
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