Energy Regulations and the Environment
UC Berkeley,, Spring 2008
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Introduction to Energy and Electricity - Public Utilities & Rate Regulation: Intro to Finance - Public Utilities & Rate Regulation: Cost of Service Regulation - Public Utilities & Rate Regulation - Public Utilities and Rate Regulation - Resource Alternatives: Tradition Fuels, Oil and Hydroelectric Power Resource Alternatives: Natural Gas - Resource Alternatives: Renewable Energy - The Technologies - Demand Side Management: Energy Efficiency - Performance Based Ratemaking and Decoupling; and Integrate - Deregulation and Markets: Wholesale Electricity Markets - Climate Change and Carbon Markets - Deregulation and Markets & Env Impacts of Restructuring - Resource Alternatives: Coal and Nuclear Power
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More than half of the electric energy offered to customers in the United States comes from coal-fired plants, and most observers expect these numbers to stay the same for many years to come. Is coal the fuel of the past or the fuel for the future? We will also discuss the pluses and minuses of a nuclear power resurgence.
Sep 12, 2018
Excellent course helped me understand topic that i couldn't while attendinfg my college.
March 29, 2019
Great course. Thank you very much.