Competitive advantage of German renewable energy firms in Russsia – An empirical study based on Porter’s diamond
AbstractThis article analyzes the competitive advantage of German renewable energy firms in Russia. Based on Porter’s diamond model of competitiveness, we examine the demand for renewable energy in Russia and German firms’ ability to meet this demand. While the overall demand for renewable energy in Russia is still low, the study reveals formidable opportunities in the fields of biomass, solar and wind energy. Our findings are meant to address managers in the renewable energy industry and to aid policy makers in environmental support and action.
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Volume (Year): 15 (2010)
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