Energy Efficiency & Renewables 16 – 18.04.2019
Energy Efficiency & Renewables 16 – 18.04.2019

How Fit Are Feed-In Tariff Policies?

2013-08-05 15:38:03

How Fit Are Feed-In Tariff Policies?
 

Given that the effects of energy efficiency measures tend to be offset by a greater energy consumption that comes with economic growth, these measures, while important, will not by themselves be sufficient to achieve major reductions in emissions – making the move toward cleaner energy a rising priority for climate change mitigation.
 

Countries around the world, including most of those in Europe and Central Asia, have used various incentive programs to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy. The most popular is the feed-in tariff. ...
 

Read the full article: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/news/article/2013/07/how-fit-are-feed-in-tariff-policies
 

World Bank Policy Research Working Paper

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