How will the increased integration of EERE technologies impact the cost-effectiveness, security, environmental footprint, and reliability of the U.S. energy system? What structural factors hinder the adoption of EERE technologies, and what activities can eliminate these obstacles? See analysis below that addresses these questions.
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