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Technical Appendix – Chapter 6 : Developing Better Energy Technologies For the Future

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Wednesday, December 1, 2004

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  1. ​Adequacy of Current Efforts in the Public and Private Sectors Energy Technology Demonstration and Deployment Ambuj Sagar and Kelly Sims Gallagher, Energy Technology Innovation Project of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs (BCSIA), Kennedy School of Government, Harvard UniversityEnergy Research, Development, and Demonstration Investments by the U.S. Department of Energy (1978-2004) Kelly Sims, Gallagher and Ambuj Sagar, July 2004DOE Budget Authority for Energy, Research, Development, and Demonstration Database, Kelly Sims Gallagher, Ambuj Sagar, Diane Segal, Paul deSa, andJohn P. Holdren , Energy Technology Innovation Project, BCSIAEnergy and Carbon Management R&D Policy: Framing Considerations and Recommendations for the National Commission on Energy Policy Jim Dooley and Paul Runci, Joint Global Change Research InstituteA Retrospective Review of the Performance of Energy R&D Jeffrey Chow and Richard Newell, Resources for the FutureThe Economic Benefits of Technology in Stabilizing Concentrations of Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere: Challenges and Opportunities Richard Rosenzweig, Natsource LLCBalancing Mitigation and Technology Incentives in a Climate Policy Framework Carolyn Fischer, Resources for the Future
  2. ERD3 Incentives for Industry Restructuring and Financing Energy Research, Development, Demonstration, and Early Deployment Robert Nordhaus, Van Ness Feldman
  3. Early Deployment – the Third D in ERD3 U.S. Government Policies Relating to International Cooperation on Energy Kelly Sims Gallagher and John P. Holdren, Energy Technology Innovation Project of BCSIA, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
  4. Improved Organization and Management of Federal ERD3Program Management of Energy-Technology-Innovation Activities at the Department of Energy Kelly Sims Gallagher, Robert Frosch, and John P. Holdren ,Energy Technology Innovation Project, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard UniversityFederal Subsidies to Energy in 2003 – A First Look Doug Koplow, Earth Track, Inc.
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