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*Uses multiple generation sources; wind, hydro, solar, and tries to minimize cost of each
 
*Uses multiple generation sources; wind, hydro, solar, and tries to minimize cost of each
 
*'dated' -> optimization plan results in not choosing PV due to cost, although it was included originally.
 
*'dated' -> optimization plan results in not choosing PV due to cost, although it was included originally.
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'''Noll, Daniel, Colleen Dawes, and Varun Rai. "Community Organizations And Active Peer Effects In The Adoption Of Residential Solar PV". SSRN Electronic Journal 67 330-343. Web. 18 Jan. 2017.'''
 
'''Noll, Daniel, Colleen Dawes, and Varun Rai. "Community Organizations And Active Peer Effects In The Adoption Of Residential Solar PV". SSRN Electronic Journal 67 330-343. Web. 18 Jan. 2017.'''
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*Luxury item or an essential element in the development process?  
 
*Luxury item or an essential element in the development process?  
 
*Trigger or facilitate rural electrification?
 
*Trigger or facilitate rural electrification?
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'''Darghouth, Naïm R., Galen Barbose, and Ryan H. Wiser. "Customer-Economics Of Residential Photovoltaic Systems (Part 1): The Impact Of High Renewable Energy Penetrations On Electricity Bill Savings With Net Metering". Energy Policy 67 (2014): 290-300. Web. 2 Feb. 2017.'''
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*Looks at long term bill savings with net metering
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*Dispatch optimization per hourly load
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*Net-metering case study in California, bill savings and time of use rates
    
'''Noll, D., Dawes, C. and Rai, V., 2014. Solar community organizations and active peer effects in the adoption of residential PV. Energy Policy, 67, pp.330-343. 30th January 2017'''
 
'''Noll, D., Dawes, C. and Rai, V., 2014. Solar community organizations and active peer effects in the adoption of residential PV. Energy Policy, 67, pp.330-343. 30th January 2017'''
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