The authors consider a symmetric model composed of two countries and a firm in each country. Firms produce the same good by means of a polluting technology which uses fossil energy. However, these firms can adopt clean technology which uses renewable energy, having lower costs…
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In its new report “Abundant, carbon free new energy technologies – can we turn wishful thinking into reality?”, Perspectives looks into the question if breakthroughs in innovative energy technology development such as cold fusion or other low energy nuclear reactions (LENR) may contribute to solving the problem…
However, falling costs also meant that revenue generated by the industry remained flat, says Clean Edge report… (© the Guardian, 13/03/2013)
This OECD report addresses the increasingly important interactions of variable renewables and dispatchable energy technologies, such as nuclear power, in terms of their effects on electricity systems
Delivering on the clean energy economy: The role of policy in developing successful domestic solar and wind industries
This WRI paper examines the development of the solar PV and wind industries across China, Germany, India, Japan, and the United States from 2001–2011.
The GEA final report” Toward a sustainable future” was launched during the Energy Day at Rio+20…
This UNCTAD report identifies key issues in technology and innovation capacity for developing countries in this area, and proposes concrete recommendations for the wider use of renewable energy technologies for sustainable development and poverty reduction
This IEA’s report provides an overview of clean energy and energy efficiency technology deployment and summarises support policies in place across G-20 countries
A Special issue of “Energy Economics”, ed. by William Nordhaus and Nebojsa Nakicenovic
This Hamilton Project’s paper proposes a standard that would lower carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 60 percent relative to 2005 levels over twenty years, streamline the fragmented regulatory system that is currently in place, generate fiscal benefits, and help fund energy innovation
The International Energy Agency on Wednesday released its first Clean Energy Progress Report, which assesses global deployment of clean energy technologies and provides recommendations to countries on future action and spending..
The clean energy race is on. The investment and finance data presented in this report show that countries are jockeying for a leadership position in this growing and increasingly competitive sector… (© Pew Charitable Trusts)