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Date added:  June 27, 2011
Denmark, Economics, Germany, Scotland, Spain, U.K.Print storyE-mail story

Renewable energy and jobs: 4 studies

Author:  Various

Study of the effects on employment of public aid to renewable energy sources [Spain] Wind energy: The case of Denmark Economic impacts from the promotion of renewable energies: The German experience The economic impact of renewable energy policy in Scotland and the UK

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Date added:  April 1, 2010
Economics, EmissionsPrint storyE-mail story

Taking a Deep Breath on Wind Power

Author:  Trebilcock, Michael

The current Ontario government’s headlong rush into massive subsidization of various forms of renewable energy, including wind power and solar energy, is likely to reveal the law of unintended consequences from these precipitous policies unless we take a deep breath and calmly and rigorously re-evaluate these policies before committing billions more dollars from consumers and taxpayers to them. Such a re-evaluation would sharply focus on three key factors: a) the costs of renewable energy; b) its contributions to reducing CO2 . . .

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