November 16, 2021

The Value of Nuclear Microreactors in Providing Heat and Electricity to Alaskan Communities

We evaluated the system cost of providing electricity and heat to serve the load profiles of two types of Alaskan […]

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November 12, 2021

$1B Transmission Smack Down May Upend Northeast Renewables

CEEPR Executive Director Joshua Hodge is interviewed by E&E News on the potential policy ramifications of Maine voters opting to […]

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November 1, 2021

Advancing International Cooperation under the Paris Agreement: Issues and Options for Article 6

Article 6 of the Paris Agreement enables Parties to engage in voluntary cooperation as they implement their nationally determined contributions […]

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October 28, 2021

Here’s What Every Degree of Heat Rise Could Do to the Global Economy

CEEPR Director Christopher Knittel is among a group of experts interviewed by CBS News for a piece on the effects […]

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October 28, 2021

Technology Adoption and Early Network Infrastructure Provision in the Market for Electric Vehicles

Car use is associated with significant negative local and global external costs (e.g., from pollution), and many consider electrification as […]

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October 7, 2021

Taxing New Plastic is the Cheapest Way to Address its Environmental Impact

In an Op-Ed on The Hill, Professor Christopher Knittel discusses the plastic pollution problem and how a tax on new […]

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