Renewable Energy and Electricity Prices in Spain

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Liliana Gelabert; Xavier Labandeira; Pedro Linares;
(2011)
  • Subject: Prices, renewables, electricity, supply, Spain
    • jel: jel:Q42 | jel:Q41

Growing concerns about climate change and energy dependence are driving specific policies to support renewable or more efficient energy sources in many regions, particularly in the production of electricity. These policies have a non-negligible cost, and therefore a car... View more
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