Ensuring renewable electricity investments

14 policy principles for a post-2020 perspective, SEFEP staff: Raffaele Piria, April 2013

The 14 principles were drafted during the winter 2012-13 by a group of internationally renowned renewable electricity policy and market experts from different European countries and the US.

The aim is to provide policy makers and interested stakeholders with a set of consensual principles for designing future remuneration schemes that will provide an effective, efficient and societally acceptable framework for renewable electricity (RES-E) investment in the coming decade.

The 14 principles were presented in a public event in Brussels on the 16th of April 2013. You can download the 14 principles here and find more information about this activity here. Contact: Raffaele Piria (email, website).

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