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Renewable Energy: Policy Considerations for Deploying Renewables

Renewable Energy: Policy Considerations for Deploying Renewables

This information paper accompanies the IEA publication Deploying Renewables 2011: Best and Future Policy Practice (IEA, 2011). It provides more detailed data and analysis on policies for Deploying Renewables, and is intended to complement the main publication.

It provides an account of the strategic drivers underpinning renewable energy (RE) technology deployment (energy security, economic development and environment protection) and assesses RE technologies with respect to these drivers, including an estimate of GHG emissions reductions due to RE technologies.

The paper also explores the different barriers to deploying renewables at a given stage of market maturity and discusses what tools policy makers can avail of to succeed in removing deployment barriers.

An additional topical highlight explores the challenges associated with accelerating the diffusion of RE technologies in developing countries.

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Released Date 23 November 2011
Pages 76
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