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The Evolution of Feed in Tariffs in Germany, Spain, and France—a Review

March 6, 2013,   by Paul Gipe

Even though most analysts focused only on the economic aspects of feed-in tariffs and quota models and not on non-economic factors, such as transparency and local ownership, the results were...[more]

Category: Europe FIT, Books on Feed-in Tariffs, Renewable Tariff Design & Model Policies

The Feed-in Tariff Handbook--a Review

March 5, 2013,   by Paul Gipe

Powering the Green Economy: The Feed-in Tariff Handbook is a book that has been out for some time and though I’ve thoroughly marked up my copy I’ve never got around to posting a proper review. So...[more]

Category: Books on Feed-in Tariffs, Renewable Tariff Design & Model Policies, News on Feed in Tariffs

Feed-in Tariffs by Miguel Mendonça--a Review

May 1, 2007,   by Paul Gipe

Miguel Mendonça's Feed-in Tariffs takes his place alongside Craig Morris' Energy Switch in explaining the success of Feed-In Tariffs to English speakers. Feed-in Tariffs joins a growing list of...[more]

Category: Books on Feed-in Tariffs

Switching to Renewable Power by Volkmar Lauber--A Review

November 30, 2006,   by Paul Gipe

Volkmar Lauber is one of the world's pre-eminent academics specializing in renewable energy policy. Lauber, a professor political science at the University of Salzburg, writes fluenty in English,...[more]

Category: Books on Feed-in Tariffs

Energy Switch: Proven Solutions for a Renewable Future by Craig Morris--A Review

July 28, 2006,   by Paul Gipe

How North America Can Learn From Renewable Energy Success Stories in Europe[more]

Category: Books on Feed-in Tariffs, Renewable Energy, book Reviews

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