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This work was funded by the Office of Power Technologies of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
The authors wish to thank Tina Kaarsberg and Joe Galdo of DOE for their support of this project. They
also wish to thank the following reviewers for their thoughtful comments and suggestions on an earlier
draft: Bud Beebe of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Lori Clements-Grote and Lisa Kokes of
Fort Collins Utilities; Ed Holt of Ed Holt and Associates, Inc.; Ron Lehr, Attorney; Dan Lieberman of the
Center for Resource Solutions; Karl Ribago of the Rocky Mountain Institute; Chris Schoenherr of Alliant
Energy; and Larry Goldstein of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Lastly, the authors
wish to thank Stuart Smoller and Leslee Pohle of NREL for their editorial assistance.
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