Support for renewable energy in the V4: what went wrong?

Eliška Trmalová wrote a policy paper on the topic "Support for renewable energy in the V4: what went wrong?", which will serve as a background material for the third debate from our project 'Prague Climate Talks'. The event will take place on November 6th, 2017 at European house.

Eliška Trmalová wrote a policy paper on the topic "Support for renewable energy in the V4: what went wrong?", this paper will serve as a background material for the third debate from our project 'Prague Climate Talks'. The event will take place on November 6th, 2017 at European house.

  • The Visegrad countries - Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary - despite their differences in geography and economy share certain aspects in common when it comes to the use of renewable energy sources (RES)
  • In particular, the frequent changes in legislation and the level of government support for res are creating unstable investment environment in the countries and are hampering their chances at a more widespread use of (RES)

Renewable energy policies should focus on various sources and new technologies and thus limit the risk of an unbalanced RES mix

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