Dalia Echeverri

Duke University

Box 90328

Durham, NC 27708-0328

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

DOWNLOADS

74

SSRN CITATIONS

0

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

The Role of Energy Models: Characterizing the Uncertainty of the Future Electricity System to Design More Efficient and Effective Laws and Regulations

8 GEO. WASH. J. OF ENERGY & ENVTL. L. 56 (2017)
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 03 May 2017
University of Wyoming College of Law, University of Wyoming - College of Business - Department of Economics and Finance, Duke University, University of Wyoming - School of Environment & Natural Resources and Independent
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Dynamic Law, Energy Models, EIA, Energy, Electricity Sector, IPM, Uncertainty

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Integración de fuentes de energías renovables no convencionales y redes inteligentes en Estados Unidos: evidencia para PJM (Integration of Non-Conventional Renewable Energy Sources and Smart Grids in the United States: Evidence From PJM)

Number of pages: 36 Posted: 17 Apr 2020 Last Revised: 06 May 2020
Duke University, Universidad EAFIT - School of Economics and Finance - Center for Research in Economic & Finance (CIEF), Students, Universidad EAFIT and Universidad EAFIT
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U.S. electricity market; PJM; NCRE; Demand Response; Energy transition

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Flexible Mandates for Investment in New Technology

Duke Environmental and Energy Economics Working Paper Series No. EE 12-06
Number of pages: 83 Posted: 23 Jul 2014
Dalia Echeverri, Dallas Burtraw and Karen L. Palmer
Duke University, Resources for the Future and Resources for the Future
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Technology standards, innovation, climate change, uncertainty, carbon capture and storage

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Consumers Underestimate the Emissions Associated with Food but are Aided by Labels

Nature Climate Change, Forthcoming
Posted: 24 Jul 2018 Last Revised: 16 Jan 2019
University of Technology Sydney, Duke University - Fuqua School of Business, Duke University and Duke University

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greenhouse gas emissions, energy, food, judgment, environmental behavior