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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.

For further explanation about the indices, see Our Process.


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.

  Current Reports:

Renewable Electricity Sector Assessment: Japan
This report gives a comprehensive overview and analysis of the renewable electricity sector in Japan. The analysis is provided across six primary indices used to categorise opportunity and risk. There are a further series of sub-indices or measures to provide a comparative value for each of the critical features of the primary indices. For further explanation about the indices, see Our Process.

This report is part of REdatabase's larger publication, The Asian Renewable Electricity Sector 2010/11: A Country Assessment of Risks and Opportunities.

The Tidal and Wave Energy Industry Outlook 2013/14: UK and Global Perspectives
Estimated global potential from marine energy is huge, with unexploited tidal and wave power generation capacities up to 1TW and 80TW’s respectively. In the UK it is estimated that marine energy could be worth as much as £6 billion and generate 20,000 jobs by 2035, with some forecasts suggesting the sector could be worth a staggering £76 billion by 2050.

In this publication, London Research International (LRI) has identified specific tidal and wave energy technologies which are deemed to hold the most potential for utility scale energy production.

Company case studies detail the competitive edge of each technology, as well as revealing the size of investment each developer is seeking. The report concludes by summarizing the business, investment and technological potential for marine energy in 2013/14.

This report is an invaluable resource for developers and investors seeking to enter the Marine energy sector.

Country Assessment of Renewable Electricity Sector: Austria
This report gives a comprehensive overview and analysis of the renewable electricity sector in Austria. The analysis is provided across six primary indices used to categorise opportunity and risk. There are a further series of sub-indices or measures to provide a comparative value for each of the critical features of the primary indices. For further explanation about the indices, see Our Process.
 Reports

REdatabase offers published reports written by LRI and by its affiliate CONTRIBUTORS.

Research Principles
we believe that high-quality research and consulting should not only provide accurate information in a well organised format, but be written to suit the needs of its user. Our research reports are therefore:

  1. Accurate
  2. Relevant
  3. Clear
  4. Concise
  5. Affordable

Redatabase offers a range of reports covering many aspects of renewable energy. We publish reports developed by LRI as well as others from affiliate contributors. We welcome the submission of published or non-published reports (including papers and presentations) from all organizations and individuals, from all countries and languages. We aim to offer value for money to our clients and users and as such a number of our publications are provided free of charge.

All the reports are of the following three types:

  1. Country Reports:
    Country reports include LRI's country assessment reports, which provide a detailed analysis of the key aspects of the renewable electricity sector of the country concerned in terms of opportunities and risks for investment. They offer a deep insight into how renewable electricity is being deployed in different countries, and detailed analysis of specific renewable energy sub-sectors. Country reports are all provided in digital format and are updated periodically, so that users benefit from the latest data and information.

  2. Multi-Country Reports:
    Multi-country reports include renewable electricity sector assessment reports for an entire region or group of countries, offering both generalised analysis of an entire region or group of countries, as well as detailed coverage of the countries therein. Multi-country reports provide a means of assessing a group of countries as a whole in terms of deployment of renewable energy and provide a comparative analysis of renewable energy sectors in those countries.

  3. Technology Reports:
    Technology reports offer a detailed analysis of a specific renewable energy technology, written in non-technical language. They aim first to clarify complex ideas and technical concepts and second to analyse the key market growth drivers supporting the deployment and development of a renewable energy technology.



Information on annual subscriptions to all our reports can be found here.

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