renewable energy investment Articles

  • Renewable energy potential of developing countries: the drivers towards a green economy (a case study from Uzbekistan)

    Many countries have realised the importance of a transition to a green economy and have formulated precise scenarios, although the main emphasis relies on the application of renewable energy technologies. Considering the contemporary economic prosperity of developing countries, there is a great demand to enhance the infrastructure of investment for renewable energy as developed nations have ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • France launches a major renewable energy investment programme

    The French government launches a major programme to provide €1.35bn of financial support to the renewable sector over the next four years, reports Envido. The French government has launched a major renewable energy investment programme called: «Démonstrateurs et plates-formes technologiques en énergies renouvelables et décarbonées et chimie verte», ...


    By Vital Energi

  • Competitive priorities of investment strategy: case wind power

    The goal of the research was to evaluate the major factors affecting the decision-making process of investments made in wind power, especially in Finland, from the investors' and suppliers' point of views. The theoretical part of the current research consists of the competitive priorities of investment strategy and analytic hierarchy process model theories. This work links to the existing ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Technical and economic evaluation and feasibility study of biomass energy

    The urgent need for the reduction of harmful environmental impact during energy production necessitates research for efficient, economically feasible energy production processes. The wide spreading of energy coming from renewable energy sources with low or zero emission levels, such as wind energy, solar energy, hydro-energy and biomass, is the most promising solution to the problem. This study ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • London tops global green finance index

    London has topped an index ranking financial centres across the world for their green finance offerings, with Western Europe the highest-performing region. Launched in Brussels last Wednesday, the Global Green Finance Index (GGFI) defines green finance as any financial instrument or service ...

  • REN21 Renewables 2015 Global Status Report - Key Findings

    There has been a rising awareness worldwide that renewable energy and energy efficiency are critical not only for addressing climate change, but also for creating new economic opportunities and for providing energy access to the billions of people still living without modern energy services. Over the past decade, and particularly in recent years, advances in renewable energy technologies, global ...


    By REN21 Secretariat c/o UNEP

  • Analysis of regulatory barriers to renewable energy uptake in partnership developing countries

    One of the key barriers identified in relation to the increased uptake of renewable energy is the lack of mature markets and favorable policy, regulatory and legal frameworks to encourage the development of, and investment in, renewable energy. The purpose of the project is to provide an overview of the regulatory and policy situation in China, India, and Korea in relation to renewable energy ...

  • Where Are We Now? A Brief Overview of the Current Solar Industry

    Although there have been reports of a decline in renewable energy investment over the past few years, the outlook for the current solar industry has been improving. In 2012, a total of 31 gigawatts of solar capacity was installed, while 39 gigawatts of capacity was installed in 2013 even though overall investment in solar energies fell by 23 percent between the two years. According to the ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Growing Pains: Current Disadvantages of Renewable Energy

    As renewable energy projects continue to be a growing piece of global energy production, it is easy to assume that they will automatically have less of an impact on the environment and people than conventional fossil fuels. Renewable energy is an appealing way to avoid carbon emissions, use fewer resources and provide energy security and jobs. But it is not perfect, and despite the many positives ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • The unconventional wisdom on renewable energy and investment

    Over the summer, there has been a loud buzz in the media about the need for research and development that would lead to a breakthrough in the cost of clean energy technologies. Financial Times commentator Martin Wolf called for a “moonshot to save the planet” building on the proposal ...

  • Case study - Barnsley Council

    As part of their commitment to improving the energy efficiency of all homes and buildings within their borough, Barnsley Council contacted Logic Energy to see if they could assist Dearne Carrfield Primary School in discovering their “green potential” before investing in a renewable energy system. With solar thermal systems, wind, solar PV and biomass systems all an option, the school ...


    By Logic Energy Ltd.

  • Landmark week for CSP in South Africa

    1 November 2011, London, CSP Today On Friday 4th November the IPP Procurement Programme in South Africa will see the deadline for the first round of bids. The IPP programme has been designed to contribute towards the target of 3 725 megawatts of renewable energy and towards socio-economic and environmentally sustainable growth. The vision is to start and stimulate the renewable industry in ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Why is China investing so much in U.S. Solar and Wind?

    The world’s two largest greenhouse gas emitters—the United States and China—have been forging a growing bond in combating climate change. Just last week, President Obama and President Xi made a landmark agreement to work towards reducing hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), a ...

  • Renewable electricity costs in Italy: an estimation of the cost of operating in an uncertain world

    The promotion of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) is a priority of the agenda of governments in most European countries. The target of renewable energy for Italy, calculated as a share of renewable generation to gross final energy consumption, is set at 17% for 2020 (from 5.2% in 2005). With particular reference to renewable electricity (RES-e) in Italy, its development is often burdened by costs ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • China invests billions in international renewable energy projects

    It’s well-known that China ranks first in the world in attracting clean energy investment, receiving US$ 65.1 billion in 2012. But new analysis from WRI shows another side to this story: ...

  • Development by synergising renewable energy with social services

    This paper explains the idea of a synergism between cutting–edge renewable energy technologies and social services. This is designed to create 'free' services for the public. These 'free' services could occur if 'intensive' renewable energy generation technologies permitted the physical structures housing social services to sell megawatts of electricity. This would act as the income necessary to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Pakistan’s energy dilemma: a call for global support

    With the beginning of the 21st century Pakistan is facing energy crisis. In the short term, protests against energy shortages are exacerbating tensions in this highly volatile and tenuous nation. In the long term, failure to invest in renewable energy will derail economic development and forestall sustainable growth, exacerbating an already incendiary short-term situation. The government has to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • DOE increases funding for clean and renewable energy in 2016 budget request

    On February 2, 2015, the White House released the 2016 fiscal year budget request for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Under this proposed plan, DOE ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • 10 Questions to Ask About Scaling On-Grid Renewable Energy

    This working paper was co-written with Shantanu Dixit, Coordinator of Prayas, Energy Group. “10 Questions to Ask About Scaling On-Grid Renewable Energy” is a framework designed to facilitate multi-stakeholder engagement for improving renewable energy policy. It is part of the “10 Questions to Ask Series” which aims to build the capacity of electricity sector ...

  • PHILIPPINE REGULATORY SUPPORTS FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENTS ON RENEWABLE ENERGY

    Consistent with the Philippine Agenda for the Next Ten years, laws and policies were drawn up to accelerate the Renewable Energy Industry. The Policy Framework work present an exhaustive compilation of Philippine Laws and regulations that supports foreign investments. Incentives,whether fiscal and non-fiscal respond to the issues regarding viability and profitability of foreign investment in the ...


    By Greenergy Solutions Inc.

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