POLITICS OF RENEWABLE ENERGY. Problem. Importance of Energy; Two main energy sources; Renewable Sources Non-renewable Sources Problems of Energy Pollution Population Problem Reserve Problem Sustainable Development . Energy.
Politics of Renewable Energy
NATIONAL POLITICS OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
Ref: Michael Durstewitz– Handbook of Energy Efficiency and Renewable energy
a. Law concerning the development and promotion of Oil Alternative Energy (Alternative Energy Law).
b. Long-term energy supply/demand outlook.
c. Enactment of “Law Concerning Special Measures for Promotion of New Energy Use, etc., (New Energy Law)” enacted in April 1997.
d. Government support system for the domestic introduction of new energy.
e. Promotion of international cooperation related to new energy.
The reinforcement of policies, such as agricultural and rural policy, regional policy, and internal market measures in the regulatory and fiscal areas, affecting market penetration of renewables.
The strengthening of co-operation between EU member states along with measures to facilitate investment and information dissemination. This is crucial to the security and diversification of energy supply in the future, environmental protection and social and economic cohesion.