Change-in-Law Provisions in a Carbon-Constrained America: The Impact of Carbon Regulation on Long-Term Power Purchase Agreements
Policymakers now are acting on climate change initiatives. As new regulations are discussed, adopted, and applied to power plants, sellers and buyers of power will have to negotiate the appropriate risk allocation, both in terms of price and passthrough of costs.
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|Authors:||Harms, Brian C.|
The Electricity Journal. - Elsevier, ISSN 1040-6190. - Vol. 22.2009, 5, p. 19-28
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