Independent analysis of Dominion Energy’s Integrated Resource Plan shows opportunity for ratepayer savings with addition of solar and energy efficiency resources, reducing energy imports On September 24, 2018 Virginia Advanced Energy Economy (Virginia ...

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  1. State Corporation Commision: Virginia could save $1.7B with more solar, efficiency resources
  2. Municipal wastewater treatment costs with an emphasis on assimilation wetlands in the Louisiana coastal zone
  3. Country-level social cost of carbon
  4. SAFE Issue Brief Highlights Military Cost of Protecting Global Oil Supply
  5. Japanese knotweed knocks £20bn off value of UK property market - It is estimated that up to 900,000 UK households are affected by the weed, which the Environment Agency describes as one of the ‘most aggressive, destructive and invasive plants’
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State Corporation Commision: Virginia could save $1.7B with more solar, efficiency resources

Independent analysis of Dominion Energy’s Integrated Resource Plan shows opportunity for ratepayer savings with addition of solar and energy efficiency resources, reducing energy imports On September 24, 2018 Virginia Advanced Energy Economy (Virginia AEE) testified that Virginia Electric and Power Company's (Dominion Energy's) long-term energy resource plan misses key opportunities to  
      

Municipal wastewater treatment costs with an emphasis on assimilation wetlands in the Louisiana coastal zone

Highlights: • Cost for assimilation wetlands averaged $0.60/gallon of treatment capacity. • 2° and 3° treatment costs averaged $4.90 and $6.50/gallon, respectively. • Wetland assimilation is less sensitive to cost increases than traditional systems. Abstract: In recent decades, water quality standards for wastewater treatment have become more stringent, increasing costs and energy  
      

Country-level social cost of carbon

Abstract: The social cost of carbon (SCC) is a commonly employed metric of the expected economic damages from carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Although useful in an optimal policy context, a world-level approach obscures the heterogeneous geography of climate damage and vast differences in country-level contributions to the global SCC, as well as climate and socio-economic uncertainties, which  
      

SAFE Issue Brief Highlights Military Cost of Protecting Global Oil Supply

According to the calculations of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the cost to the United States of defending the global oil supply is zero. This zero-cost estimate comes from the methodology used by the U.S. government budgets for national defense. Since it is difficult to assign a cost to the oil protection mission—and
      

Japanese knotweed knocks £20bn off value of UK property market - It is estimated that up to 900,000 UK households are affected by the weed, which the Environment Agency describes as one of the ‘most aggressive, destructive and invasive plants’

Japanese knotweed has knocked £20bn off the total value of the UK property market, according to new research, with many mortgage lenders refusing loans for properties affected by the weed. Japanese knotweed is an ornamental plant that first came to the UK in the 1850s. Now it is one of “the UK’s most aggressive, destructive and invasive plants” according to the Environment Agency, due to its
      

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