From Deregulation to Decoupling - and Beyond
Suffolk University Law School
May 14, 2010
From Deregulation to Decoupling - and Beyond analyzes regulatory obstacles to greater renewable integration, offers a consideration of alternative approaches, and proposed the best solutions along two long-term arcs to transformative regulatory reform: a) continued adaptation and implementation of carrot-and-stick renewable energy policies that operate under the prevailing model; and, b) a wholesale change to the way that energy is produced, distributed, consumed and - perhaps most importantly - the way it is bought and sold.
working papers series
Date posted: November 26, 2012
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