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Renewable electricity incentives in OECD

"Renewable electricity incentives in the OECD, China and India 2010/2011: investment and operating support programmes"

Renewable electricity is being deployed ever more rapidly as developed countries acknowledge 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 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 31 OECD countries, China and India. Combining key electricity market statistics with an analysis of operating and investment incentives for each country, the report provides concise but comprehensive information regarding the climate for renewable electricity investment.

London Research International (LRI) has drawn on its network of international consultants to conduct extensive research, based on a range of data sources in multiple languages, to secure some of the most up-to-date published information on the renewable electricity sector currently available.

Using experience gained from previous publications on the European renewable electricity sector, LRI has compiled a comprehensive report offering country-by-country information on emissions targets and electricity mixes, as well as renewable electricity operating and investment support incentives.

Target market
All parties with an interest in the renewable electricity sector including investors, policy makers and sector specialists.

Please see the attached flyer for more information about this report, as well as details on how to purchase.

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