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Renewable energy country profiles: European Union
Renewable energy country profiles: European Union

1st June 2013

Topic(s): Renewables, Economics, Domestic policy

International Renewable Energy Agency’s Renewable Energy Country Profiles describe developments in the field of renewables at country level around the world. This report covers the European Union, with profiles for Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

Renewable Energy Country Profiles provide a comprehensive picture of the situation with regard to renewable energy, including energy supply, electrical generation and grid capacity, and access. Energy policies, targets and projects are also considered, along with each country’s investment climate and endowment with renewable energy resources.

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Renewable energy auctions in developing countries
Renewable energy auctions in developing countries

1st January 2013

Topic(s): Renewables, Economics, Domestic policy

Renewable energy auctions are also known as ‘demand auctions’ or ‘procurement auctions’, whereby the government issues a call for tenders to install a certain capacity of renewable energy-based electricity. While studies have been published on feed-in-tariff schemes, literature on auctions is scarce. In an effort to fill the knowledge gap and take stock of experiences to date, this report analyses the design of renewable energy auctions in selected developing countries. The objective is to identify best practices and provide some insights to policy makers regarding the type and the design of auctions.

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A discussion paper on a mechanism for sectoral emission reduction action: the case of China's electricity sector
A discussion paper on a mechanism for sectoral emission reduction action: the case of China's electricity sector

1st December 2008

Topic(s): Renewables, Economics, Domestic policy

The authors of this paper discuss mitigation and financing potentials of China’s electricity sector. It is a very large emitting sector, and there are many technologies available for improving emissions performance. They believe there are significant potential benefits both for sustainable development in developing countries and for the global atmosphere. However, they emphasise that theirs is a proposal for a voluntary mechanism, therefore countries must be convinced that it is in their best interests in order for it to proceed.

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Content and material featured within this section of our website includes reports and research published by third parties. The content and material may include opinions and recommendations of third parties that do not reflect those held by the Global CCS Institute.

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