The Economics of Renewable Energy - Example of Wind Energy in the Czech Republic
In most industrialized countries, renewable energy is supported by policy schemes burden of which is distributed among taxpayers and energy consumers. Renewable sources of energy face a major problem because of their intermittency and that has not been adequately reflected in the discussions of their subsidies in the Czech Republic and in the analysis of the related costs. The article attempts to contribute to this discussion and to the analyses of the costs of growth of wind energy supply in the Czech Republic.
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Volume (Year): 2010 (2010)
Issue (Month): 6 ()
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