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Renewable Electricity Sector Country Assessment: Ireland
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This report gives a comprehensive overview and analysis of the renewable electricity sector in Ireland. The analysis is provided across six primary indices used to categorise opportunity and risk.

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Renewable Electricity Incentives in the OECD, China and India 2011/2012: Investment and Operating Support Programmes (price: £350 + VAT)



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Key features of this report:

  • Quick and easy comparisons of the latest solar and wind power incentives.
  • An authoritative source for 33 major countries including China and India.
  • Key market statistics describing the climate for renewable electricity investment.

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Renewable Electricity Incentives in the OECD, China and India 2011/2012: Investment and Operating Support Programmes
Renewable electricity is being deployed ever more rapidly as developed countries recognise both the urgent need to cut GHG emissions and the contribution that renewable energy can make towards energy security. However, the high cost of deployment is such that government incentives will continue to be required.

Incentive schemes have already been established in various countries to attract investor capital and spur development. A major challenge for renewable power developers now lies in identifying which of these incentive schemes offer good value for money and the predictability needed to justify the initial capital outlay.

This report is an authoritative source allowing for quick and easy comparison of the latest incentives on offer for different renewable technologies in the OECD, China and India. Combining key electricity market statistics with an analysis of operating and investment incentives for each country, the report provides comprehensive and concise information regarding the climate for renewable electricity investment.

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Last Modified: October 2011
Total pages: 186

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