Market and Policy Outlook for Renewable Energy in Europe and the CIS

14 May 2014 - 72 pages
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Summary

Despite the region’s tremendous renewable energy potential, increasing energy security concerns and frequently adopted favourable renewable energy promotion schemes, only a few ECIS countries have deployed renewable technologies to a significant extent in recent years. Rather than attributing this to ineffectiveness or an absence of re incentive schemes, the analyses demonstrates that the reasons for low re deployment are related to multiple investment barriers that often correspond with country-specific risks.









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