Profile Costs as a Component of Integration Costs in Wind Energy

By Tyler McNeal. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

Recent discussion in literature has focused on levelized costs of energy (LCOE) and using these costs as a benchmark in evaluating the effectiveness of one energy source when compared to another. Continue reading Profile Costs as a Component of Integration Costs in Wind Energy

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Crude Oil Price: An Indicator of Consumer Spending

By Natalie Li and Eva Lin. New York University.

As the most major source of energy, crude oil has a significant impact on political and economic dynamics around the globe. The price of oil, therefore, directly and indirectly affects our daily lives. Continue reading Crude Oil Price: An Indicator of Consumer Spending