House prices and underground electricity distribution lines: the case of three selected suburbs in Canberra
It has become common for low-voltage electricity distribution networks to be installed underground in new housing developments due to a number of advantages over overhead networks including improved appearance, reliability of supply and safety. This paper investigates the value of these benefits to households by estimating the relationship between the type of network service provided and house prices in three selected suburbs in the Australian Capital Territory. The presence of underground...[Show more]
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