Europe Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2013

Europe Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2015

Global Data, Date of Publication: Jul 27, 2015, 277 Pages
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“Europe Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2015” offers comprehensive information on major policies governing renewable energy market in the region.
 
The report presents an in-depth analysis of the renewable energy policies across the major countries in Europe namely the Germany, France, Italy, the UK, Spain, Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Turkey.
 
The report provides the current and future renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework, giving a fair idea of overall growth potential of their renewable energy industry. The report also provides major technology specific policies and incentives provided in each of these countries. The report also provides insights to major policy initiatives for the market development of renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, biopower and biofuels.
 
The report is built using data and information sourced from industry associations, government websites and statutory bodies. The information is also sourced through other secondary research sources such as industry and trade magazines.

Scope

The report covers policy measures and incentives used by the major countries in Europe region to promote renewable energy.

The report details promotional measures in different countries both for the overall renewable energy industry and for specific renewable energy technologies namely solar, wind, geothermal, hydro and bioenergy.

The report also highlights the differences and focus of the renewable energy policy frameworks in different countries in Europe.

The report provides a platform for comparison of various renewable energy policies across countries. Major countries include Germany, France, Italy, the UK, Spain, Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Turkey.

Reasons To Buy

  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken on renewable energy by different markets.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting the renewable energy markets.
  • Compare the level of support provided to different renewable energy technologies in different countries.
  • Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of insights on the future opportunities and critical success factors in the renewable energy market.
  • Be ahead of competition by keeping yourself abreast of all the latest policy changes.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2 Introduction to Renewable Energy Policy

2.1 Overview of Renewable Energy Sources

2.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Global, Overview

2.3 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Global, Major Policy Measures

2.3.1 Feed-in Tariff Program

2.3.2 Renewable Portfolio Standards

2.3.3 Tradable Renewable Energy Certificates Systems

2.3.4 Capital Subsidies, Grants and Rebates

2.3.5 Energy Production Payments and Investments and Other Tax Credits

2.3.6 Tax Rebates

2.3.7 Net Metering

2.3.8 Public Investment Loans

2.4 Report Guidance

3 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Europe

3.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

3.2 Renewable Energy Targets

3.3 Renewable Energy Support Policies Comparison

3.4 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Action Plans

3.4.1 National Renewable Energy Action Plan

3.4.2 National Energy Efficiency Action Plans

4 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Germany

4.1 Renewable Energy Market, Germany, Overview

4.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Germany, Major Policies and Incentives

4.2.1 Germany Renewable Energy, Targets

4.2.2 Renewable Energy Sources Act

4.2.3 Market Premium

4.2.4 Federal Building Codes for Renewable Energy Production

4.2.5 Integrated Climate Change and Energy Program

4.2.6 Renewable Energy Heat Act

4.2.7 Combined Heat and Power Law

4.2.8 Sixth Energy Research Program

4.2.9 Law on Energy and Climate Fund

4.2.10 Market Incentive Program

4.2.11 KfW Renewable Energy Program

4.2.12 KfW Energy Turnaround Financing Initiative

4.2.13 Renewable Energy Surcharge

4.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Germany

4.3.1 Feed-in Tariffs for Solar PV under EEG

4.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, Germany

4.4.1 Feed-in Tariff for Wind under EEG

4.4.2 Repowering Policy

4.4.3 Support for Offshore Development

4.4.4 KfW Program for Offshore Wind Energy

4.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Geothermal Power, Germany

4.5.1 Feed-in Tariff for Geothermal

4.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, Germany

4.6.1 Feed-in Tariff for Hydropower under EEG

4.7 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Germany

4.7.1 Premium Tariff for Biogas Plants

4.7.2 Feed-in Tariff for Bioenergy under EEG

4.8 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Germany

4.8.1 KfW Energy-Efficient Refurbishment Program

4.8.2 KfW Energy-Efficient Construction

4.8.3 KfW Energy Efficiency Program

4.8.4 KfW Energy Efficient Refurbishment – Construction Supervision

4.8.5 KfW SME Energy Efficiency Advice

5 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Spain

5.1 Renewable Energy Market, Spain, Overview

5.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Spain, Major Policies and Incentives

5.2.1 Spain Renewable Energy, Targets

5.2.2 Legislation Enacted in 2012 and 2013

5.2.3 Sustainable Economy Act

5.2.4 Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Power

5.2.5 Tax Regulation Mechanisms

5.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Spain

5.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, Spain

5.4.1 Mandatory Local Content Requirement

5.4.2 Grid Connection of Small Wind Turbines

5.4.3 Offshore Wind Power Regulations

5.4.4 Offshore Wind Power Demonstration Projects

5.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Spain

5.6 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Spain

5.6.1 Technical Building Code

5.6.2 Energy Saving and Efficiency Action Plan 2011–2020

6 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Italy

6.1 Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Overview

6.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Italy, Major Policies and Incentives

6.2.1 Italy Renewable Energy, Targets

6.2.2 Promotion of Energy from Renewable Sources – Decree for Implementing EU Directive 2009/28/EC

6.2.3 Introduction of Green Certificates System

6.2.4 Feed-in Tariff I

6.2.5 Feed-in Tariff II

6.2.6 Premium Tariff I

6.2.7 Premium Tariff II

6.2.8 Net Metering

6.2.9 Tenders

6.2.10 Reduction in Value Added Tax

6.2.11 Reduction in Real Estate Tax

6.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Italy

6.3.1 Feed-in Tariff for Solar Power

6.3.2 New Subsidy Scheme for Solar Thermal Power, 2013

6.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, Italy

6.4.1 Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power

6.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Geothermal Power, Italy

6.5.1 Feed-in Tariffs

6.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, Italy

6.6.1 Feed-in Tariffs

6.7 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Italy

6.7.1 Feed-in Tariffs for Biopower

6.7.2 Loans to Biomass Projects

6.7.3 Biodiesel Aid Scheme

6.7.4 National Plan for Biofuels and Biomass

6.8 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Italy

6.8.1 Climate Change Action Plan

6.8.2 National Energy Efficiency Action Plan

6.8.3 Funding for Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Bike-Sharing

6.8.4 Kyoto Fund

6.8.5 Promotion of High Efficiency Cogeneration

7 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, France

7.1 Renewable Energy Market, France, Overview

7.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, France, Major Policies and Incentives

7.2.1 France Renewable Energy, Targets

7.2.2 Electricity Act 2000

7.2.3 Grenelle Environmental Plan

7.2.4 Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs

7.2.5 Tenders

7.2.6 Contribution to Public Electricity Service Tax

7.2.7 Tax Credit

7.2.8 Reduction in VAT for Renewable Energy Projects

7.2.9 Heat Fund

7.2.10 Guarantee Fund Investments Energy Management

7.2.11 Investment Fund for Environment and Energy Management

7.2.12 National Strategy for Research and Development in the Field of Energy

7.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, France

7.3.1 Feed-in Tariffs for Solar PV

7.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, France

7.4.1 Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power

7.4.2 Wind Development Zone

7.4.3 Offshore Wind Tender

7.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Geothermal Power, France

7.5.1 Feed-in Tariffs for Geothermal Power

7.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, France

7.6.1 Feed-in Tariff for Hydropower

7.6.2 Renewal of Hydroelectric Concessions

7.7 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, France

7.7.1 Feed-in Tariffs for Biomass Power

7.8 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, France

7.8.1 White Certificate Trading

7.8.2 Reduction in VAT for Home Renovation

7.8.3 Zero Percent Interest Green Loan

8 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Austria

8.1 Renewable Energy Market, Austria, Overview

8.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Austria, Major Policies and Incentives

8.2.1 Austria Renewable Energy, Targets

8.2.2 Green Electricity Act

8.2.3 Klima: Aktiv Program

8.2.4 Bilateral Partnerships

8.2.5 The Climate and Energy Fund

8.2.6 Combined Heat and Power Law

8.2.7 Feed-in Tariffs

8.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Austria

8.3.1 Feed-in Tariff for Solar Power

8.3.2 Investment Subsidies

8.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, Austria

8.4.1 Feed-in Tariff

8.4.2 Green Electricity Act – Wind Power Target

8.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Geothermal Power, Austria

8.5.1 Feed-in Tariff

8.5.2 Investment Subsidies

8.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, Austria

8.6.1 Feed-in Tariff

8.6.2 Investment Subsidy

8.7 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Austria

8.7.1 Feed-in Tariff for Biopower

8.7.2 Five-Point Action Plan for Natural Gas and Biogas

8.7.3 Financial Incentives for Rural Biomass Energy Generation

8.7.4 Quota Obligation for Biofuels

8.7.5 Tax Advantage on Biofuels

8.8 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Austria

8.8.1 Energy Efficiency Action Plan

8.8.2 Federal Promotion of Extraordinary Efficiency in Buildings

8.8.3 Energy Efficiency in Industry

8.8.4 Third-Party Financing for Efficiency Investment

9 Renewable Energy Framework, Netherlands

9.1 Renewable Energy Market, Netherlands, Overview

9.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Netherlands, Major Policies and Incentives

9.2.1 Netherlands Renewable Energy, Targets

9.2.2 Sustainable Energy Production

9.2.3 SDE+

9.2.4 Net Metering

9.2.5 Guarantees of Origin

9.2.6 Green Fund Scheme

9.2.7 Energy Investment Allowance

9.2.8 Environmental Investment Allowance

9.2.9 Random Depreciation of Environmental Investments Scheme

9.2.10 Environmental Protection Tax

9.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Netherlands

9.3.1 Subsidy

9.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, Netherlands

9.4.1 Green Deal

9.4.2 FLOW Program

9.4.3 North Seas Countries' Offshore Grid Initiative

9.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Netherlands

9.6 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Netherlands

9.6.1 Energy Performance Advice

9.6.2 Energy Performance Standard for New Buildings

10 Renewable Energy Framework, Norway

10.1 Renewable Energy Market, Norway, Overview

10.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Norway, Major Policies and Incentives

10.2.1 Norway Renewable Energy, Targets

10.2.2 Renewable Quota Obligation

10.2.3 Norway-Sweden Green Certificate Scheme

10.2.4 Enova SF

10.2.5 CO2 Tax

10.2.6 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership

10.2.7 Clean Energy for the Future Program, 2004–2012

10.2.8 ENERGIX Program, 2013–2022

10.2.9 Implementation of EU Renewable Energy Directive

10.2.10 Energi21 – Research and Development Strategy for the Energy Sector

10.2.11 White Paper on National Climate Policy

10.2.12 EU Seventh Framework Program for Research

10.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, Norway

10.3.1 Wind Farm Concessions

10.3.2 Enova’s Wind Power Program

10.3.3 Offshore Energy Act

10.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, Norway

10.4.1 The Strategy for Small-Scale Hydropower Strategy

10.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Norway

10.5.1 Bioenergy Strategy

10.6 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Norway

10.6.1 Implementation of EU Directives on Energy Efficiency

10.6.2 Automobile Fuel Economy

10.6.3 Incentives for Low-Energy Housing

11 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Poland

11.1 Renewable Energy Market, Poland, Overview

11.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Poland, Major Policies and Incentives

11.2.1 Poland Renewable Energy, Targets

11.2.2 Energy Law Act

11.2.3 Polish Energy Policy 2030

11.2.4 Green Investment Scheme

11.2.5 Red Certificate System

11.2.6 Quota Obligation/Green Certificates

11.2.7 Exemption from Consumption Tax

11.2.8 National Energy Efficiency Action Plan

11.2.9 National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management

11.2.10 EU Structural and Cohesion Funds

11.2.11 Renewable Energy Sources Act

11.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Poland

11.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, Poland

11.4.1 Financing of Wind Energy Projects

11.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, Poland

11.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Poland

11.6.1 Quota System/Green Certificates

11.6.2 Long-Term Project for Promotion of Biofuel or Other Renewable Fuels 2008–2014

11.6.3 Directions of Development for Agricultural Biogas Plants in Poland 2010–2020

11.7 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Poland

11.7.1 Energy Efficiency Act

11.7.2 Poland Sustainable Energy Financing Facility

11.7.3 Energy Efficient Housing Subsidy Scheme 2013

12 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Sweden

12.1 Renewable Energy Market, Sweden, Overview

12.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Sweden, Major Policies and Incentives

12.2.1 Sweden Renewable Energy, Targets

12.2.2 Energy Policy Program

12.2.3 Sustainable Energy and Climate Policy

12.2.4 Green Certificate Scheme

12.2.5 Norway-Sweden Green Certificate Scheme

12.2.6 Energy Tax and Carbon Tax

12.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Sweden

12.3.1 Solar Aid

12.3.2 Support for Solar Heating Investment

12.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, Sweden

12.4.1 Support for Technical Development

12.4.2 Energy Tax Reduction

12.4.3 Reduced Real Estate Tax

12.4.4 Vindforsk Research Program

12.4.5 Vindval Capacity Building Program

12.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, Sweden

12.5.1 Hydropower Quota System

12.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Sweden

12.6.1 Vehicle Taxation

12.6.2 Vehicle Ethanol Conversion Regulation

12.6.3 Fossil Fuel Blending

12.6.4 Electricity Certificates Scheme

12.7 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Sweden

12.7.1 Sustainable Municipalities Program

12.7.2 Program for Improving Energy Efficiency in Energy-Intensive Industries

12.7.3 Government Subsidies for Local Energy Efficiency Measures

12.7.4 Energy Efficiency Measures for Government Authorities

12.7.5 Building Energy Performance Certificates

13 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, UK

13.1 Renewable Energy Market, UK, Overview

13.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, UK, Major Policies and Incentives

13.2.1 UK Renewable Energy, Targets

13.2.2 Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Act

13.2.3 Climate Change Act

13.2.4 Energy Act 2004

13.2.5 Energy Act 2008

13.2.6 Planning and Energy Act 2008

13.2.7 Renewable Energy Strategy 2009

13.2.8 Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin

13.2.9 Renewable Obligation Order

13.2.10 Feed-in Tariff

13.2.11 Climate Change Levy

13.2.12 Environmental Transformation Fund

13.2.13 Energy White Paper, 2011

13.2.14 Renewable Energy Roadmap, 2011

13.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, UK

13.3.1 Feed-in Tariff

13.3.2 New Renewable Obligation Scheme

13.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind Power, UK

13.4.1 Feed-in Tariff

13.4.2 Offshore Wind Cost Reduction Task Force

13.4.3 The Offshore Transmission Owner Initiative

13.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Geothermal Power, UK

13.5.1 Renewable Obligation, Geothermal

13.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, UK

13.6.1 Feed-in Tariff

13.6.2 Renewable Obligation, Hydro

13.7 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, UK

13.7.1 Feed-in Tariff

13.7.2 Bioenergy Infrastructure Scheme

13.7.3 Bioenergy Capital Grants Scheme

13.8 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, UK

13.8.1 Energy Efficiency Action Plan

13.8.2 Low Carbon Transition Plan

13.8.3 Low Carbon Industrial Strategy

13.8.4 Reduced Value Added Tax for Energy-Saving Materials

13.8.5 Enhanced Capital Allowances

13.8.6 Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme

14 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Turkey

14.1 Renewable Energy Market, Turkey, Overview

14.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Turkey, Major Policies and Incentives

14.2.1 Targets

14.2.2 Use of Renewable Energy Resources for the Generation of Electrical Energy (Law No. 5346)

14.2.3 Law on Geothermal Resources and Natural Mineral Water (Geothermal Law)

14.2.4 Strategic Plan 2010–2014

14.2.5 Renewable Energy Law, 2010

14.2.6 Climate Investment Funds

14.3 Policy Support for Biofuel, Turkey

14.4 Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Turkey

14.4.1 Energy Efficiency Law, 2007 (Law No. 5627)

14.4.2 Support Scheme for Energy Efficiency in Industry

14.4.3 Improving Energy Efficiency in Building Sector

14.4.4 Improving Energy Efficiency in All Sectors

15 Appendix

15.1 Market Definitions

15.1.1 Power

15.1.2 Installed Capacity

15.1.3 Electricity Generation

15.1.4 Electricity Consumption

15.1.5 Coal-Fired Power Plant

15.1.6 Solar Power

15.1.7 Renewable Energy Resources

15.2 Abbreviations

15.3 Sources

15.4 Methodology

15.4.1 Coverage

15.4.2 Secondary Research

15.5 Disclaimer

List Of Tables

Table 1: Renewable Energy Market, Global, Overview of Various Renewable Energy Sources, 2014

Table 2: Renewable Energy Market, Europe, Renewable Energy Share and Targets (%), 2014

Table 3: Renewable Energy Market, Europe, Major Policy Supporting Instruments, 2015

Table 4: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Targeted Contribution from Renewable Energy (%), 2020–2050

Table 5: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Expansion Corridor Targets, 2020–2050

Table 6: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Combined Heat and Power, Bonus, 2013

Table 7: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Grants by BAFA, 2013

Table 8: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Solar Power Feed-in Tariff, January to March 2015

Table 9: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Solar Power Feed-in Tariff, April to June 2015

Table 10: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Solar Power Feed-In Tariff Degression Rate, 2013

Table 11: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Wind Power Feed-in Tariffs, 2012

Table 12: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Hydropower Feed-in Tariffs, 2014

Table 13: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Biomass Power Feed-in Tariffs, 2012

Table 14: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Landfill Gas, Sewage Gas and Mine Gas Facility Feed-in Tariffs, 2012

Table 15: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Biogas, Class I Feedstock Bonus, 2012

Table 16: Energy Efficiency, Germany, Energy-Efficient Refurbishment Program Grants and Loans, 2013

Table 17: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Green Power Certificate System Co-efficient Factor, 2014

Table 18: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Feed-in Tariff I, Technology Eligibility, 2014

Table 19: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Feed-in Tariff I, 2014

Table 20: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Feed-in Tariff II (per MWh), 2014

Table 21: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Premium Tariff I Technology Eligibility, 2014

Table 22: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Premium Tariff I Tariffs, 2014

Table 23: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Eligibility Comparison of Feed-in Tariffs and Premium Tariff Schemes, 2014

Table 24: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Tariffs Provided under Tendering, 2014

Table 25: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Feed-in Tariffs for PV Systems Installed on Buildings and Fed into Grid, 2014

Table 26: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Feed-in Tariffs for PV Systems Installed for Self-Consumption, 2014

Table 27: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Feed-in Tariffs for PV Plants Using Innovative Technology, 2014

Table 28: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Concentrated PV System Feed-in Tariffs, 2014

Table 29: Renewable Energy Market, Italy, Solar Thermal, Subsidy, 2014

Table 30: Renewable Energy Market, France, Tax Credit, 2014

Table 31: Renewable Energy Market, France, Solar PV Feed-in Tariffs, January 2012 to June 2013

Table 32: Renewable Energy Market, France, Solar PV Feed-in Tariffs, January 2014 to December 2014

Table 33: Renewable Energy Market, France, Solar PV Feed-in Tariffs, Degression Rates, 2014

Table 34: Renewable Energy Market, France, Wind, Feed-in Tariffs, 2014

Table 35: Renewable Energy Market, France, Geothermal Feed-in Tariffs, 2014

Table 36: Renewable Energy Market, France, Hydropower Feed-in Tariffs, 2014

Table 37: Renewable Energy Market, France, Biogas Feed-in Tariffs, 2014

Table 38: Renewable Energy Market, France, Eco-Interest Loans, Bundle of Works Option, Eligibility, 2014

Table 39: Renewable Energy Market, France, Eco-interest Loan Eligibility, 2014

Table 40: Renewable Energy Market, Austria, Feed-in Tariffs, 2013

Table 41: Renewable Energy Market, Austria, Solar Feed-in Tariffs, 2012–2014

Table 42: Renewable Energy Market, Austria, Small Hydropower Feed-in Tariffs, 2012 and 2013

Table 43: Renewable Energy Market, Austria, Biopower Feed-in Tariffs, 2012 and 2013

Table 44: Renewable Energy Market, Netherlands, SDE+ 2012 Feed-in Tariffs, 2012

Table 45: Renewable Energy Market, Netherlands, SDE+2013 Feed-in Tariffs, 2013

Table 46: Renewable Energy Market, Netherlands, SDE+2014 Feed-in Tariffs, 2014

Table 47: Renewable Energy Market, Netherlands, Guarantees of Origin Participants, 2013

Table 48: Renewable Power Market, Netherlands, Environmental Protection Tax Levy, 2014

Table 49: Renewable Energy Market, Norway, Renewable Quota Obligation (certificates per MWh), 2013–2035

Table 50: Renewable Power Market, Poland, Renewable Quota Obligation (%), 2013–2021

Table 51: Renewable Energy Market, Sweden, Quota Obligation per MWh, 2012–2035

Table 52: Renewable Energy, UK, Renewable Obligation, Technology Eligibility, 2014

Table 53: Renewable Energy, UK, Renewable Obligation (ROCs/MWh), 2009–2016

Table 54: Renewable Energy, England and Wales, Renewable Obligation by Technology (ROCs/MWh), 2014

Table 55: Renewable Energy Market, UK, Climate Change Levy, 2012–2015

Table 56: Renewable Energy Market, UK, Solar Power, Feed-in Tariff (£/kWh), 2015

Table 57: Renewable Energy Market, UK, Solar Power, Feed-in Tariff (£/kWh), July 2015 to September 2015

Table 58: Renewable Energy Market, UK, Wind Power, Feed-in Tariff, 2010–2014

Table 59: Renewable Energy Market, UK, Wind Power, Feed-in Tariff, April 2015 to March 2016

Table 60: Renewable Energy Market, UK, Hydropower, Feed-in Tariffs, 2010–2016

Table 61: Renewable Energy Market, UK, Anaerobic Digestion and Combined Heat and Power, Feed-in Tariffs, 2010–2016

Table 62: Renewable Energy Market, Turkey, Feed-in Tariffs ($/kWh), 2015

Table 63: Renewable Energy Market, Turkey, Bonus Payment for Made-in Components ($/kWh), 2011

Table 64: Abbreviations

List Of Figures

Figure 1: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Policy Timeline, 2006–2015

Figure 2: Renewable Power Market, Germany, Annual Installations (GW), 2005–2014

Figure 3: Renewable Power Market, Spain, Policy Timeline, 2004–2014

Figure 4: Renewable Power Market, Spain, Annual Installed Capacity (GW), 2004–2014

Figure 5: Renewable Power Market, Italy, Policy Timeline, 2005–2014

Figure 6: Renewable Power Market, Italy, Annual Installed Capacity (GW), 2004–2014

Figure 7: Renewable Power Market, France, Policy Timeline, 2005–2014

Figure 8: Renewable Power Market, France, Annual Installed Capacity (GW), 2004–2014

Figure 9: Renewable Power Market, Austria, Policy Timeline, 2004–2014

Figure 10: Renewable Power Market, Austria, Annual Installed Capacity (MW), 2004–2014

Figure 11: Renewable Power Market, Netherlands, Policy Timeline, 2005–2014

Figure 12: Renewable Power Market, Netherlands, Annual Installed Capacity (MW), 2004–2014

Figure 13: Renewable Power Market, Norway, Policy Timeline, 2004–2014

Figure 14: Renewable Power Market, Norway, Annual Installed Capacity (MW), 2004–2014

Figure 15: Renewable Power Market, Poland, Policy Timeline, 2005–2014

Figure 16: Renewable Power Market, Poland, Annual Installed Capacity (MW), 2004–2014

Figure 17: Renewable Power Market, Poland, Renewable Quota Obligation (%), 2013–2021

Figure 18: Renewable Power Market, Sweden, Policy Timeline, 2005–2014

Figure 19: Renewable Power Market, Sweden, Annual Installed Capacity (MW), 2004–2014

Figure 20: Renewable Power Market, the UK, Policy Timeline, 2004–2014

Figure 21: Renewable Power Market, UK, Annual Installed Capacity (GW), 2004–2014

Figure 22: Renewable Power Market, Turkey, Policy Timeline, 2005–2014

Figure 23: Renewable Power Market, Turkey, Annual Installed Capacity (MW), 2004–2014

 

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