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Gillenwater, M., 2011. "What Is Additionality? Part 1: A long standing problem," GHG Management Institute, Discussion paper No. 001.

Gillenwater, M., 2011. "What Is Additionality? Part 2: A framework for a more precise definition and standardized approaches," GHG Management Institute, Discussion paper No. 002.

Gillenwater, M. 2011. "What Is Additionality? Part 3: Implications for stacking and unbundling," GHG Management Institute, Discussion paper No. 003.

Gillenwater, M., Breidenich, C., 2007. Internalizing carbon costs in electricity markets: Using certificates in a load-based emissions trading scheme, [Discussion paper] Science Technology and Environmental Policy Program. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

[Click here for link to final version published in Energy Policy]

Gillenwater, M., 2007. Redefining RECs (Part 1): Untangling attributes and offsets, [Discussion paper] Science Technology and Environmental Policy Program. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

[Click here for link to final version published in Energy Policy]

Gillenwater, M., 2007. Redefining RECs (Part 2): Untangling certificates and emission markets, [Discussion paper] Science Technology and Environmental Policy Program. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

[Click here for link to final version published in Energy Policy]

Gillenwater, M., 2007. Forgotten carbon: Indirect CO2 in greenhouse gas emission inventories, [Discussion paper] Science Technology and Environmental Policy Program. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

[Click here for link to final version published in Environmental Science & Policy]

Gillenwater, Michael and Wiley Barbour, “Tracking Indirect Emissions in the Electric Power Industry,” Environmental Resources Trust, August 2004.

“Why the Slow Down in U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Growth?” International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Fraunhofer Institute, Workshop on Indicators, Energy and CO2 Emissions, and Policy Impacts, 13 June 2000.