This new report, drafted by a group of 12 internationally renowned renewable electricity policy and market experts, sets out 14 policy principles for ensuring renewable electricity investments for a post-2020 perspective. It reflects the shared views of the expert group on policy principles that need to be met by a framework for post-2020 renewable electricity (RES-E) investments.
The aim of this paper is to provide policy makers and interested stakeholders with a set of consensual principles for designing future remuneration schemes that will provide an effective, efficient and societally acceptable framework for RES-E investment in the coming decade.
Authors inlcude: Raffaele Piria, Smart Energy for Europe Platform (editor); Arturo Lorenzoni, University of Padova / IEFE-Bocconi University; Catherine Mitchell, University of Exeter; Christof Timpe, Öko-Institut; Corinna Klessmann, Ecofys; Gustav Resch, Energy Economics Group, TU Vienna; Helmuth Groscurth, arrhenius Institute; Karsten Neuhoff, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin); Mario Ragwitz, Fraunhofer ISI; Pablo del Río Gonzalez, Institute of Public Goods and Policies at CSIC; Richard Cowart, The Regulatory Assistance Project; Uwe Leprich, Institute for Future Energy Systems (IZES).
The report can be downloaded here: Ensuring RES investments post2020_final.
For futher information visit www.remunerating-res.eu