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How Do Natural Gas Prices Affect Electricity Consumers and the Environment?
Joshua Linn, Lucija Anna Muehlenbachs, Yushuang Wang
RFF Discussion Paper 14-19 | July 2014
 
Money for Nothing: The Case for Eliminating US Fossil Fuel Subsidies
Joseph E. Aldy
Resources | 2014 (186)
 
Preserving Flexibility: Comments on EPA’s Carbon Existing Source Performance Standards
Nathan Richardson
Issue Brief 14-05 | March 2014
 
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Events
The Future of Fuel: Toward the Next Decade of US Energy Policy  
November 28, 2012
Event Type: First Wednesday Seminar
Related Topics: Energy, Climate, Policy and Analysis
 
Regulatory Impacts on the US Electricity Sector: A Modeling Workshop 
July 19, 2012
Event Type: Conference
Related Topics: Electricity, Policy and Analysis
 
The Future of Coal: RFF Seminar 
March 14, 2007
John M. Deutch, Ernest J. Moniz
Event Type: Seminar
Related Topics: Climate, Policy and Analysis, Electricity
 
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Features
The Controversy over US Coal Exports
In a new Resources magazine article, RFF Senior Fellow Joel Darmstadter looks at why American coal is embroiled in controversy—both political and ‪‎environmental‬—over plans to serve foreign markets, most notably in China and India.
Mercury and Air Toxics Standards Analysis Deconstructed: Changing Assumptions, Changing Results
EPA regulations on mercury and other air pollutants currently under review are the subject of much debate for their potential costs and impacts on the electricity industry. In a new discussion paper, a team of RFF experts examines the assumptions behind several studies that have analyzed the potential effects of the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, finding that the impacts may be less rigid and less uncertain than suggested by some models.
The Hidden Costs of Power: Health Effects of Coal Electricity Generation in India
Resources magazine: Emissions of particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxides from coal-fired power plants are costing Indians their lives. How stringently should these pollutants be regulated, and what form should regulations take?
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