SpringerBriefs in Energy, 2016. – 68 p. – ISBN-10: 331931503XDemonstrates how an achievable 10% increase in renewable energy generation can significantly cut carbon emissions in Canada Combines coverage of technology choices and economic analysis to provide implementation context Suggests supportive policy measures that do not include feed-in tartiffs or loans The work demonstrates a techno-economic model of power generation for the cost-effective integration of renewable energy sources, with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Canada. The methodological approach outlined by the author is based on periodic simulation of price variations. The result demonstrates that a 10% transition to renewable energy generation is possible, practical and affordable when supported by an effective policy framework that does not need to introduce a feed-in tariff or loan-based financial mode. Topics Renewable and Green Energy Energy Economics Economic Policy Contents Introduction Case Study Methodological Approach Energy Management with RES Conclusion
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