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Joint research from Professor Bryan Bollinger addressing peer effects in the diffusion of solar panels is spotlighted

Excerpt from The New York Times -- "According to a 2012 study by the economists Bryan Bollinger and Kenneth Gillingham, a carbon tax that induced a family to install solar panels could be expected to stimulate a neighbor’s copycat installation within four months, on average. Let another four months pass, and each of these two will have spawned additional installations of their own, for a total of four."

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