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ECON 484 - Economics of Alternative Energy


Explores the economics of renewable energy and conservation. The economic history of renewable energy and the existing institutional framework are examined. Considers economic motivations for the expansion of renewable energy and conservation. Existing and prospective policies are analyzed. Examines the challenges associated with integrating renewable sources into existing energy systems. Various quantitative techniques are reviewed and practiced. Also offered as ENRG 484.

Prerequisites & Notes: One course from: ENRG 384, ECON 384, ENRG 386 or ECON 386; One course from: DSCI 305, ECON 375, ENRG 322, ESCI 340 or BIOL 340.
Credits: 4
Grade Mode: Letter



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