October 2008
Utility Week;10/17/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 22, p25
Trade Publication
The author emphasizes the implementing free trade of renewable energy resources across the European Union (EU). According to the author, it is fundamental that renewable energy be generated where the resource. The author also questions the government's offering of renewable energy subsidies. She calls on the member state of eh EU to align subsidy regimes in order to encourage the development of renewable energy resources


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