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2020 journal article

Open Source Energy System Modeling Using Break-Even Costs to Inform State-Level Policy: A North Carolina Case Study

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 54(2), 665–676.

By: B. Li n, J. Thomas n, A. Queiroz n & J. DeCarolis n

Contributors: B. Li n, J. Thomas n, A. De Queiroz n & J. Decarolis n

MeSH headings : Carbon Dioxide; Costs and Cost Analysis; Electricity; North Carolina; Power Plants; Wind
TL;DR: This study utilizes an open-source energy system optimization model and publicly available datasets to examine future electricity generation, CO2 emissions, and CO2 abatement costs for the North Carolina electric power sector through 2050, and develops a new method to calculate break-even costs, which indicate the capital costs at which different technologies become cost-effective within the model. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
13. Climate Action (OpenAlex)
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID
Added: February 17, 2020

2017 conference paper

Cost-benefit assessment challenges for a smart distribution system: A case study

2017 ieee power & energy society general meeting, 2018-January, 1–5.

By: L. Sun n, J. Thomas n, S. Singh n, D. Li n, M. Baran n, D. Lubkeman n, J. DeCarolis n, A. Queiroz n ...

Contributors: L. Sun n, J. Thomas n, S. Singh n, D. Li n, M. Baran n, D. Lubkeman n, J. Decarolis n, A. De Queiroz n, L. White n, S. Watts

TL;DR: OpenDSS time-series based power flow simulation is used to quantify the benefits accurately and a cost-benefit analysis is adopted to identify the scenarios where employing such a system by a utility becomes economically attractive. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: NC State University Libraries, ORCID
Added: August 6, 2018

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