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OECD NEA 15h
. is the most important and biggest uninternalised cost of provision ⚡️
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OECD NEA Oct 7
Electricity systems have a large impact on the land and natural resources. Is this impact reflected in the market prices of ?
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OECD NEA Oct 4
Air pollution, climate change risks & system costs constitute the largest uninternalised costs of ➡️
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NORTAG Jul 2
Let's stop the Coal not so cheap if the of its production are charged to the miner Please like & RT if you are interested in this thoughtful idea from is coming
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Jessica Johnson Apr 13
. of Provision report: A country's energy choice should be based on complete analysis of info available to ensure electricity systems. Check out the full report!
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Fund the People Oct 20
are great but not yet acknowledging role of staff as greatest cost & asset of nonprofits
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One Thousand Villages Mar 29
Really busy week figuring out how to keep programs in some villages going without necessary funds. Delivering quality programs isn’t possible without funding overheads.
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OECD NEA Oct 8
Is the impact of reflected in the market prices of ? ⚡️
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NFF Social Impact 26 Sep 17
Great resources like these need complimentary funding for NPOs. Free courses still take staff time. Time to fund
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SAHeartAssocation Feb 21
Extremely exciting news ahead!! -35Community Check our website for details!
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Kathleen Enright Nov 28
Thank you and for committing to fund , remain flexible and listen to those you fund
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Energy and Climate May 4
Note that the treatment of nuclear in that report was deeply flawed (it was highly exaggerated), as can be understood by reading this detailed response to the report.
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MarRubio Apr 13
how is time-scale differences for new plants accounted for in ? 1-2 years before a PV plant gets connected vs 7-10 years for new nuclear (cost of capital will take much longer to able to be repaid). Utilities won’t risk bankruptcy
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NFF Social Impact Nov 29
. Corrin Buchanan, “if we’re expecting our providers to be whatever-it-takes providers, we have to be a whatever-it-takes Funder to cover
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OECD NEA Oct 17
The positive or negative impact of a given form of energy on the overall should be accounted for in the of
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OECD NEA Oct 11
The of the generated by any energy technology are the sum of its market costs &
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