U.S. Clean Carbon Costs: An Investigation of Georgia Markets and Solar Technology [Kennesaw State University]

Authors

  • Carnell Tate Kennesaw State University
  • Sridhar Palle Kennesaw State University
  • Jeffrey Wagner Kennesaw State University

Keywords:

Solar Cells, Renewable Energy, Clean Carbon,

Abstract

This paper investigates how geographical variations affect energy costs throughout the United States by using a Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) model. The objective was to deconstruct a nationwide LCOE model and investigate the assumptions that are made on a state level; in this case, Georgia was the chosen sample to exhibit how challenges in solar technology affect the cost of clean carbon energy.

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Author Biographies

Carnell Tate, Kennesaw State University

Mechanical Engineering Student

Sridhar Palle, Kennesaw State University

Faculty

Jeffrey Wagner, Kennesaw State University

Faculty

Published

2019-04-15

How to Cite

Tate, C., Palle, S., & Wagner, J. (2019). U.S. Clean Carbon Costs: An Investigation of Georgia Markets and Solar Technology [Kennesaw State University]. Journal of Student Research. Retrieved from https://jofsr.org/index.php/path/article/view/635