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Analysis of Dynamic, Flexible NOx and SO2 Abatement from Power Plants in the Eastern U.S. and Texas
Grant Number R835216
RFA: Dynamic Air Quality Management (2011)
Dissertation/Thesis (2)
Journal Article (2)
Presentation (7)
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Dissertation/Thesis Craig M. Reducing the contribution of the power sector to ground-level ozone pollution: an assessment of time-differentiated pricing of nitrogen oxide emissions. M.S. Thesis. Engineering Systems Division, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, June 2014. R835216 (2013)
R835216 (2014)
R835216 (Final)
Dissertation/Thesis Stines Z. Reducing the impact of the power sector on ozone pollution: an evaluation of spatial and temporal differentiated prices for nitrogen oxide emissions, M.S. Thesis. Energy and Mineral Engineering Program, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, May 2016. R835216 (Final)
Journal Article Craig M, McDonald-Buller E, Webster M. Technology adoption under time-differentiated market-based instruments for pollution control. Energy Economics 2016;60:23-34. R835216 (Final)
Journal Article McDonald-Buller E, Kimura Y, Craig M, McGaughey G, Allen D, Webster M. Dynamic management of NOx and SO2 emissions in the Texas and Mid-Atlantic electric power systems and implications for air quality. Environmental Science & Technology 2016;50(3):1611-1619. R835216 (2014)
R835216 (Final)
Presentation McDonald-Buller E, Allen D, McGaughey G, Kimura Y, Webster M, Craig M. Analysis of dynamic, flexible NOx and SO2 abatement from power plants in the Eastern U.S. and Texas. Presented at the EPA STAR Dynamic Air Quality Management Grant Kickoff and Air Quality Adaptation Grant Progress Review Webinar, November 8-9, 2012. R835216 (2013)
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Presentation McDonald-Buller E, Allen D, McGaughey G, Kimura Y, Webster M, Craig M. Analysis of dynamic, flexible NOx and SO2 abatement from power plants in the eastern U.S. and Texas. Presented at the U.S. EPA STAR Dynamic Air Quality Management Kick-Off and Air Quality & Adaptation Grant Progress Review Webinar, November 8-9, 2012. R835216 (2012)
R835216 (2014)
R835216 (Final)
Presentation McDonald-Buller E, Webster M, Allen D. Dynamic, flexible air quality management for the electric power generation sector. Presented via webcast to the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), October 13, 2014. R835216 (2014)
R835216 (Final)
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Presentation McDonald-Buller E, Webster M, Allen D, Craig M, Kimura Y, McGaughey G, Stines Z. Dynamic management of NOx and SO2 emissions in two electric power systems and implications for air quality. Presented at ENV•VISION (Environmental Vision-An International Electricity Sector Conference), Crystal City, VA, May 12-14, 2015. R835216 (2014)
R835216 (Final)
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Presentation McDonald-Buller E, Webster M, Craig M, Kimura Y, Stines Z, McGaughey G, Allen D. Analysis of dynamic, flexible NOx and SO2 abatement from power plants in the eastern U.S. and Texas. Presented via the Dynamic Air Quality Management Progress Review Webinar, March 31, 2016. R835216 (Final)
Presentation McGaughey G, Kimura Y, Allen D, McDonald-Buller E, Craig M, Webster M. Dynamic, flexible NOx and SO2 abatement from power plants. Presented at the Air & Waste Management Association Annual Conference and Exhibition, Long Beach, CA, June 24-27, 2014. R835216 (2013)
R835216 (2014)
R835216 (Final)
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Presentation Stines Z, Webster M, McDonald-Buller E. Reducing the impact of the power sector on ozone pollution: an evaluation of spatial and temporal differentiated prices for nitrogen oxide emissions. Poster presented at the Penn State Energy Days, University Park, PA, May 19-20, 2016. R835216 (Final)
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