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Hultman, N., Koomey, J. G., and Kammen. (2007). What can history teach us about costs of future nuclear power? Environmental Science & Technology (ES&T). 40, 2088 – 2093

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Mileva, A., Nelson, J. H., Johnston, J., and Kammen, D. M. (2013). SunShot Solar Power Reduces Costs and Uncertainty in Future Low-Carbon Electricity Systems. Environmental Science & Technology, 47 (16), 9053 – 9060.

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