October 11 2012

Milan, Italy: Cost of Abating CO2 emissions by Renewable Energy Incentives

Incentives to renewables are today widely used as a means to reduce GHG emissions, but what are the actual costs of these mitigation options? Denny Ellerman from the European University Institute presents an analysis of the German experience over the past decade, identifying the real costs of mitigation through renewable energy, and specifically wind and solar.

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