renewable energy tariff Articles

  • Feed-in Tariffs: the energy saving option

    Energy saving feed-in tariffs (ESFITs) are a relatively new concept and are designed to use the same principles as Feed in Tariffs for renewable energy (REFITs) They offer a promising way of improving electricity efficiency and reducing electricity demand, thereby decreasing carbon emissions The Electricity Market Reform proposals which form part of the 2012 Energy Bill provide a bias ...

  • How feed-in-tariffs kick-started renewable energy generation

    Since the feed-in-tariffs came into force on 1st April renewable energy generation has become within the reach of far more people than ever ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • Are solar farms threatening feed-in-tariffs?

    A Government review is expected to clarify how feed-in-tariff will proceed without undermining confidence in the PV industry. A government announcement is expected this week on the fate of the feed-in-tariff (FIT) scheme, with a review of the policy, originally planned for 2012. This has been brought forward in response to an increasing number of solar farms being granted planning permission. ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • How Green Tariffs Can Benefit Utilities and Consumers

    The challenges facing the electricity sector in the U.S. have been widely discussed in the last year—issues ranging from evolving pollution controls to slow growth in demand. In particular, many utilities see the rise of small-scale, distributed solar power as a threat to their ...

  • Above and Beyond - Green Tariff Design for Traditional Utilities

    This paper describes what draws U.S. commercial and industrial customers to renewable energy, and explores how traditional utilities could build on their strengths to deliver affordable renewable energy to customers. Executive Summary Challenges, from technological advances to evolving emissions regulation and an aging infrastructure, are driving up costs and increasing the risk ...

  • Ukraine`s new 2009 green tariff

    Ukraine’s government has been quite proactive during the first half of 2009 with regard to the renewable energy and carbon sectors. In April, the President approved a 'revised' Green Tariff rate calculation methodology, resulting in even higher prices than before for alternative energy producers.Also the government has been working to complete Ukraine’s Green Investment Scheme through the ...

  • Feed-in Tariffs will boost the UK solar market

    Feed-in Tariff launch will boost the solar market, reports Envido. A new report predicts feed-in tariffs will trigger a five-fold increase of the solar market but will require further investments, reports Envido. A new report from consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers titled “On the brink of a bright future?” predicts that the launch of feed-in tariffs in the UK will trigger a ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • Ukraine`s Green Tariff: Great news in 2008, but what happens in 2009?

    2009 will be an interesting year for clean and renewable energy investment. On one hand, the global financial downturn plays somber backdrop as funding sources dry up and cash grows hard to find. On the other hand, certain international markets are attacking the credit crunch with heavy new incentive packages that aim to boost investment interest in alternative energy to its highest level ever. ...

  • Excel Database of State Wise Feed-In Tariffs of Power Generating Sources-2014

    This is a Data report which provides the information for on: States Covered: Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, West ...


  • Green ergonomics and green economics: the effect of feed–in tariff schemes on user behaviours and attitudes towards energy consumption

    On 1 April 2010 the UK government introduced 'feed–in tariff' (FIT) legislation to provide incentives for small–scale renewable energy generation, particularly by residential home–owners. This paper investigates the existing knowledge base to consider if living in a property with on–site renewable energy generation may affect user attitudes and behaviours. This knowledge is interpreted from an ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • 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 ...

  • Global Renewable Energy Market Analysis

        Europe, previously the largest renewable energy market in the world for many years, has recently been overtaken by Asia-Pacific. Under the European Union’s (EU) Renewables Directive, member states are committed to national targets that increase the share of renewable energy in their consumption by 2020. In October 2014, the EU adopted climate conservation ...


  • Policy support for renewable energy continues to grow and evolve

    Throughout much of the world, support policies for renewable energy technologies have increased dramatically over the last decade. Historically, policy design has evolved from supporting research and development in the 1970s and 1980s to today’s focus on technology deployment and market development. Starting in the mid-2000s, deployment-focused policies have been enacted at a rapid pace, ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • 4 lessons in renewable energy planning: The Philippine Experience

    When it comes to renewable energy, the Philippines is one of the world’s more ambitious countries. The country set out to triple its share of renewable energy by 2030 based on 2010 levels. The Philippines has one of Asia’s highest electricity rates, in part due to high costs of importing fossil fuels. Enhancing the country’s energy security and keeping power costs down have been ...

  • Look what’s cooking in the world of renewable energy

    The solar and wind innovations that got us where we are today — and those waiting in the wings — point to a hopeful future. Inside a sprawling single-story office building in Bedford, Mass., in a secret room known as the Growth Hall, the future of solar power is cooking at more than 2,500 °F. Behind closed ...


    By Ensia

  • Energy support measures and their impact on innovation in the renewable energy sector in Europe

    Governments support energy production and consumption in order to meet social, economic and environmental objectives, and they have been doing so for decades. In times of economic crisis, public budgets and household incomes come under pressure. At the same time, countries need to kick‑start their economies by creating new employment opportunities in emerging industries such as the ...

  • Renewable energy from the ocean and tides: A viable renewable energy resource in search of a suitable regulatory framework

    Ocean energy technology involves a range of engineering technologies that are able to obtain energy from the ocean using a variety of conversion mechanisms. Over the past few years there has been significant progress towards the development of commercial scale operations of ocean energy, especially hydrokinetic energy (where the energy of ocean (or fluvial) currents and tides is captured by ...

  • Renewable energy and the green economy: Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009

    Ontario's Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009 (the 'Act') received Royal Assent on May 14, 2009. The Act's aim is to foster the growth of renewable energy projects, promote a green economy and energy conservation and to encourage the efficient use of energy. Its scope equals its intended impact on Ontario's energy sector: both are substantial. To realize its objects, the Act creates the ...


    By McMillan LLP

  • Between populism and price increases: Who will pay for the cost of renewable energy?

    As feed-in tariffs gain traction as a policy mechanism of choice, we must keep in mind the bigger picture of the financial health of developing country electricity sectors. It was not too long ago that the World Bank and other international financial institutions were drawing attention to the soaring debt levels of developing country utilities. In order for feed-in tariffs or other ...

  • 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 ...

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