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Resource Documents by Sepulveda, Nestor

Sepulveda, Nestor; et al.
Role of Firm Low-Carbon Electricity Resources in Deep Decarbonization of Power Generation
Highlights Firm low-carbon resources [e.g., nuclear, natural gas with carbon capture and sequestration, and bioenergy] consistently lower decarbonized electricity system costs Availability of firm low-carbon resources reduces costs 10%–62% in zero-CO₂ cases Without these resources, electricity costs rise rapidly as CO₂ limits near zero Batteries and demand flexibility do not substitute for firm low-carbon resources Summary We investigate the role of firm low-carbon resources in decarbonizing power generation in combination with variable renewable resources, battery energy storage, demand flexibility, and . . . Complete article »

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