The projected impacts of NOx emissions reductions on electricity prices: a case study for the State of Indiana
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AbstractThis paper examines the impact of various nitrogen oxides (NOx) emission control scenarios on the price of electricity. Specifically, various scenarios are presented to illustrate the price impacts for the state of Indiana. The scenarios represent different methods for reducing NOx emissions levels to either 0.15 or 0.25 lb/mmBtu. The analyses were performed using a traditional regulation forecasting model that equilibrates between price and demand. Thus, the effects of price changes on demand levels were captured. Price impacts are presented at an overall average level as well as by customer class. The impacts of various assumptions made in the selection of the scenarios are analyzed.

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