Cleantech – Is it feasible to bridge the gap of Europe’s renewable ambitions?

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The announced targets for increased renewable energy in Europe spurs a number of questions for the power industry, regarding how to bridge the gap for clean tech capacity. Primarily the issues are about technical feasibility, operational cost, and return on investment. Download this point of view to learn more about: the feasibility of a mass […]

The announced targets for increased renewable energy in Europe spurs a number of questions for the power industry, regarding how to bridge the gap for clean tech capacity.

Primarily the issues are about technical feasibility, operational cost, and return on investment.

Download this point of view to learn more about:

  • the feasibility of a mass investment into renewable technologies with bottlenecks already visible in several parts of the value chain.
  • how support mechanisms differ greatly between countries and technologies, causing confusion for private investors and utilities interested in this market.

With a greater understanding of these variables, we believe that investors will feel more at ease to get involved and commit to reaching the ambitious goal of having 20% renewable energy by 2020.

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