London, UK (PRWEB) May 12, 2014
A combination of factors, such as growing concerns over global warming, limited fossil fuel reserves and burgeoning energy demand, has forced the nations in the Asian-Pacific region to expand the share of renewable energy in their energy mix. During the past several years, substantial investments were made in the region’s renewable energy projects, with more investments expected in the forthcoming years. Many countries in the Asian-Pacific region have recently adopted different policy instruments to promote renewable energy development, including feed-in tariffs (FiTs), tax incentives, soft loans and renewable portfolio standards (RPS), among others. The majority of the introduced measures have brought positive results and played an essential role in the development of the renewable energy sector in the Asian-Pacific region.
China is emerging as a top player in the worldwide renewable energy market. During the recent years, the country has considerably developed its solar Photovoltaic (PV) and wind turbine manufacturing industries. The Chinese government has displayed commitment to renewable energy through the implementation of a range of novel laws as well as financial support measures. Australia and India have also adopted specific support measures for the development of their renewable energy sectors; the efficiency of these measures will likely determine the future growth in the local renewable energy markets.
New research study “Asia-Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2014” worked out by GlobalData is now available at MarketPublishers.com
Title: Asia-Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2014
Published: May, 2014
Price: US$ 3,995.00
The study offers a close look at the main renewable energy policies in the major counties of the Asia-Pacific region, including Thailand, India, South Korea, New Zealand, China, Vietnam, Japan and Australia. It throws light on the actual and forecast renewable energy plans and targets together with a clear description of the present regulative policy framework. The topical report defines the growth potential of the Asian-Pacific renewable energy industry, reviews the major technology specific incentives and policies across the examined countries and also touches upon the key policy initiatives related to the development of such renewable energy sources as solar, biopower, wind, biofuels and geothermal in the region. Besides, the report offers a comparative analysis of the major renewable energy policies across the examined countries and provides a set of projections for the renewable energy sector’s performance across the major countries of the Asian-Pacific region.
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