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Optimal development of electricity generation mix considering fossil fuel phase-out and strategic multi-area interconnection


  • Fitiwi, Desta
  • Lynch, Muireann Á.
  • Bertsch, Valentin


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  • Fitiwi, Desta & Lynch, Muireann Á. & Bertsch, Valentin, 2019. "Optimal development of electricity generation mix considering fossil fuel phase-out and strategic multi-area interconnection," Papers WP616, Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).
  • Handle: RePEc:esr:wpaper:wp616

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