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Mohammad Alenezi

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First Name:Mohammad
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Last Name:Alenezi
RePEc Short-ID:pal36
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Postal Address:Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research Techno-economics Division Economic Studies Dep. P.O. Box 24885 safat 13109 Kuwait

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  1. Al-Enezi, Mohammed & Burney, Nadeem A. & Hamada, Salwa & Awadh, Wafa, 2007. "Peakload electricity demand in Kuwait," Economia Internazionale / International Economics, Camera di Commercio di Genova, vol. 60(3), pages 273-291.
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