Decisions Regarding Investments In Renewable Energy
The article approaches issues regarding the decisions to invest in projects concerningthe area of renewable energy resources. The decisions have been taken on the basis of the cost-benefit analysis. The central issue, that arises inhere, concerns the foundation of the investmentdecision in terms of an EU funded project through structural funds, if the financial analysisindicators are sufficiently relevant for the decision, or when it should or should not resort toindicators of economic analysis for this, even for private investors, as if these projects should not befinanced solely by public beneficiaries as infrastructure projects and not in the context of economiccompetitiveness, respectively.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 12 ()
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