The socio-economic benefits of solar and wind energy

1st May 2014

Topic(s): Economics, Renewables, Solar energy, Wind energy

The Socio-economic Benefits of Solar and Wind,  an econValue report, bridges the knowledge gap with a holistic analysis of the environmental, social and economic value created from large-scale solar and wind energy deployment. In doing so, it offers a new conceptual framework in support of ongoing analytical work conducted by IRENA and other partners in the Clean Energy Ministerial with a view to reinforcing the economic and business case for renewable energy.


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The socio-economic benefits of solar and wind energy


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