Energy Transition

Here's how to design clean energy subsidies that work

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Subsidies can support new and initially expensive technologies. Image: Unsplash/bielmorro

Eric Hittinger
Associate Professor of Public Policy, Rochester Institute of Technology
Eric Williams
Professor of Sustainability, Rochester Institute of Technology
Qing Miao
Associate Professor of Public Policy, Rochester Institute of Technology
Tiruwork Tibebu
Ph.D. Student, Rochester Institute of Technology
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