Feed-in Tariffs and the Economics of Renewable Energy

This book offers a theoretical model of feed-in tariffs and provides different investigations into the promotion of renewable energy. The first part of the book proposes a model to investigate feed-in tariffs, that is, how to set a price for the electricity generated from renewable energy sources an...

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Main Author: Yamamoto, Yoshihiro
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Springer International Publishing 2018, 2018
Edition:1st ed. 2018
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter1 Introduction
  • PART I: Analysis of a Feed-in Tariff System- Chapter2 Feed-in tariffs in comparison with the renewables portfolio standard
  • Chapter3 Modeling of feed-in tariffs
  • Chapter4 Three types of feed-in tariffs for the residential sector
  • Chapter5 Feed-in tariffs combined with capital subsidies
  • Chapter6 Simulations of a combination of feed-in tariffs and capital subsidies
  • Chapter7 The model with continuous variables
  • Part II: Economic and Policy Issues of Renewable Energy- Chapter8 Promoting the development of renewable energy under uncertainty
  • Chapter9 Allocation of ancillary service costs to distributed generators
  • Chapter10 Opinion leadership in the diffusion of photovoltaic systems
  • Chapter11 Public-private partnership in a biomass project
  • Chapter12 An organizational form for the development of renewable energy