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Sulfur dioxide compliance of a regulated utility

Don Fullerton

Sulfur dioxide compliance of a regulated utility

by Don Fullerton

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sulfur dioxide -- Environmental aspects -- United States -- Mathematical models.,
  • Public utilities -- Environmental aspects -- United States -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDon Fullerton, Shaun P. McDermott, Jonathan P. Caulkins.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 5542, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 5542.
    ContributionsMcDermott, Shaun P., Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1965-, National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25, 3, [7] p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22413389M

    (2) Not later than Decem , the Administrator shall determine the total tonnage of reductions in the emissions of sulfur dioxide from all utility units in calendar year that will occur as a result of compliance with the emissions limitation requirements of this section, and shall establish a reserve of allowances equal in amount to the number of tons determined thereby not to. This site provides information about sulfur dioxide and its effects.

      (a) Product. Sulfur dioxide. (b) [Reserved] (c) Limitations, restrictions, or explanation. This substance is generally recognized as safe when used in accordance with good manufacturing practice, except that it is not used in meats; in food recognized as a source of vitamin B1; on fruits or vegetables intended to be served raw to consumers or sold raw to consumers, or to be presented to. environmental regulations and the compliance behavior of regulated businesses in a real-world setting. It focuses on business compliance with regulatory standards for nitrogen oxides (NOX) and sulfur dioxide (SO2) in the electric power industry from through The selected time period permits evaluation of Phase I of Title IV of the.

      The data showed progress in reducing emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide, two federally regulated pollutants that contribute to smog . Sulfur Dioxide. Sulfur dioxide (SO2) is part of a group of highly reactive gases known as oxides of sulfur (SOx) and is primarily derived from fossil fuel combustion at power plants and other industrial facilities. Other sources of SO2 include industrial processes like extracting metal from ore and the burning of high sulfur fuels.


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Sulfur dioxide compliance of a regulated utility by Don Fullerton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Electric utilities can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions through a variety of strategies, and the cost of abatement can be minimized using tradable permits as under the Clean Air Act Amendments of Cited by: Electric utilities can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions through a variety of strategies such as adding scrubbers, switching to low- sulfur coal, or shifting output between generating plants with different by: Sulfur dioxide compliance of a regulated utility.

[Don Fullerton; Shaun P McDermott; Jonathan P Caulkins; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Electric utilities can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions through a variety of strategies such as adding scrubbers, switching to low- sulfur coal, or shifting output between generating plants with.

Sulfur Dioxide Compliance of a Regulated Utility Electric utilities can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions through a variety of strategies such as adding scrubbers, switching to low- sulfur coal, or shifting output between generating plants with different emissions.

Electric utilities can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions through a variety of strategies such as adding scrubbers, switching to low- sulfur coal, or shifting output between generating plants with different emissions.

Electric utilities can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions through a variety of strategies, and the cost of abatement can be minimized using tradable permits as under the Clean Air Act Amendments of Sulfur Dioxide Compliance of a Regulated Utility.

By Don Fullerton, Shaun P. McDermott and Jonathan P. Caulkins. Download PDF (2 MB) Abstract. Electric utilities can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions through a variety of strategies such as adding scrubbers, switching to low- sulfur coal, or shifting output between generating plants with.

Sulfur Dioxide Compliance of a Regulated Utility1 Electric utilities can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions through a variety of strategies, and the cost of abatement can be minimized using tradable permits as under the Clean Air Act Amendments of Previous theoretical work has analyzed effects of public utility.

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Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. select article Sulfur Dioxide Compliance of a Regulated Utility. https. (anhydrous and aqueous), sulfur dioxide, and digester gas, the substances WWTPs usually use for treatment or produce as a result of treatment.

We expect that any regulated substances present in your waste streams will be in concentrations too low to require compliance. If you have other processes that use regulated substancesFile Size: KB. Das and Sundaram: w Auction Theory: A Summary with Applications to Treasury Markets: Fullerton, McDermott, and Caulkins: w Sulfur Dioxide Compliance of a Regulated Utility: Goulder, Parry, and Burtraw: w Revenue-Raising Approaches to Environmental Protection: The Critical Significance of Pre-Existing Tax Distortions.

Sulfur Dioxide Introduction – Physical properties – Sulfur dioxide (SO 2) is a colorless, non-combustible, toxic gas. Its most important physical properties are summarized in Table 1. Since the critical temperature is very high, sulfur dioxide can easily be condensed by compression to give a colorless, readily mobile liquid [1, 2 File Size: KB.

Rate of return regulation and emission permits trading under uncertainty (English) Abstract. This paper analyzes the dynamic effects of rate-of-return regulation on firms’ emissions compliance behavior when the price of emissions permits is uncertain.

The paper shows that uncertainty regarding the price of permits would motivate a regulated Author: Fan Zhang, Tao Huang. Title IV of the Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) established a market for transferable sulfur dioxide (SO2) emission allowances among electric utilities.

This market offers firms facing high marginal abatement costs the opportunity to purchase the right to emit SO2 from firms with lower costs, and this is expected to yield cost savings compared to a command‐and‐control approach to Cited by:   Sulfur Dioxide () Designated Area/State Information with Design Values Data is current as of Ap Sulfur Dioxide () Notes Design Values in ppb.

"Current Design Values" are current as of the posted Green Book date. Check the. DeepDyve is the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. The particular emphasis on sulfur dioxide (SO[sub 2]) will require utilities to limit emissions to a specific number of tons per year allocated to the generating units in that utility.

The first phase takes effect in Januaryand includes only the largest SO[sub 2] emitters. November This paper reports on the second year of compliance with the sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions-reduction and -trading provisions of the Title IV of.

Caulkins () by extending utility compliance to an explicit market setting, and fol-lows previous work done on the sulfur dioxide allowance market by Coggins and Smith () and Winebrake, Farrell, and Bernstein ().

Utilities facing PUC regulation minimize the cost of electricity generation and emis.SO 2 results from the burning of either sulfur or materials containing sulfur. Sulfur Dioxide (SO 2) is one of a group of gases called sulfur oxides (SO x). The other gases in the group are much less common in the atmosphere.

Order Code RL Air Pollution as a Commodity: Regulation of the Sulfur Dioxide Allowance Market Octo Larry Parker Specialist in Energy and Environmental Policy Resources, Science, and Industry Division Mark Jickling Specialist in Financial Economics Government and Finance Division Air Pollution as a Commodity: Regulation of the Sulfur Dioxide Allowance .