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  MANHATTAN INSTITUTE PUBLICATIONS
Publications Type: Energy Policy & the Environment Report


Maintaining the Advantage: Why the U.S. Should Not Follow the EU's Energy Policies
by Robert Bryce
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 13, February 2014

New Technology For Old Fuels: Innovation in Oil and Natural Gas Production Assures Future Supplies
by Robert Bryce
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 12, April 2013

The Economic Impacts of Closing and Replacing the Indian Point Energy Center
by Jonathan A. Lesser
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 11, September 2012

The High Cost of Renewable-Electricity Mandates
by Robert Bryce
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 10, February 2012

The Economic Opportunities of Shale Energy Development
by Timothy J. Considine, Robert W. Watson, Nicholas B. Considine
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 9, June 2011

Ten Reasons Why Natural Gas Will Fuel the Future
by Robert Bryce
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 8, April 2011

Broadband Electricity and the Free-Market Path to Electric Cars
by Peter W. Huber
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 7, March 2011

Regulatory Barriers to a National Electricity Grid
by Drew Thornley
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 6, September 2010

Financing a National Transmission Grid: What Are the Issues?
by Gilbert E. Metcalf
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 5, September 2010

Kill Oil with Natural Gas and Electricity: A Carbon Strategy the World Can Afford
by Peter W. Huber
Energy Policy & the Environment Report September 2009

Energy & the Environment: Myths & Facts
by Drew Thornley
Energy Policy & the Environment Report April 2009

Taxing Energy in the United States: Which Fuels Does the Tax Code Favor?
by Gilbert E. Metcalf
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 4, January 2009

The Million-Volt Answer to Oil
by Peter W. Huber
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 3, October 2008

Nuclear Power: The Investment Outlook
by Nicole Gelinas
Energy Policy & the Environment Report 1, June 2007

Energy and the Environment: Myths and Facts
by Max Schulz
Energy Policy & the Environment Report April 2007



 

 
 
 

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