January 2005
Power Economics;1/19/2005, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p2
The article focuses on the renewable energy investment of Great Britain. An Ernst & Young report has revealed that Great Britain is tops, alongside Spain, as the most attractive national environment for renewable energy investment. Spain, previously the champion of "green energy," is experiencing an increase in market risk, whilst Great Britain's pricing regime is becoming more attractive. As wind projects pass through the development process, they are set to generate attractive economic returns for investors, due to the ratchet mechanism of the Renewable Obligation (RO) to 2015.


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