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A Capacity Planning Model for Microgrids in Rural India
Arkasama Bandyopadhyay, Katrina Ramirez-Meyers, Enakshi D. Wikramanayake, Benjamin D. Leibowicz, Michael E. Webber, Vaibhav Bahadur
A Clean Energy Plan for Texas
M.E. Webber, D.T. Allen, K. Ferland, C.W. King, G. McGaughey, S.J. Goldman and Y. Kimura
A Compilation of Design for Environment Guidelines
C. Telenko, J.M. O’Rourke, M.E. Webber and C.C. Seepersad
A Decision Support Tool for Distributed Solar and Storage Investments: A Case Study in Austin, TX
Arkasama Bandyopadhyay , Julia P. Conger , Michael E. Webber , Benjamin D. Leibowicz
A Framework to Report the Production of Biodiesel from Algae
C.M. Beal, C.H. Smith, M.E. Webber, and R.S. Ruoff
A Framework to Report the Production of Renewable Diesel from Algae
C.M. Beal, C.H. Smith, M.E. Webber, R.S. Ruoff, and R.E. Hebner
A geographically-resolved method to estimate levelized power plant costs with environmental externalities
J.D. Rhodes, C.W. King, G. Gulen, S. Olmstead, J. Dyer, R.E. Hebner, F.C. Beach, T.F. Edgar, and M.E. Webber
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