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. Notes, Average income is in 1,000 USD per year. Tk stands for Tariff k

. Min, q min (in m 3 ) denote the marginal price and the upper bound of the simulated social block respectively. W Loss (in USD/year) is the (negative) welfare change for a representative poor household. BillEq (in USD/year) denotes the bill a poor household would pay for a volume corresponding to the (optimal)