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Lower Feed-in Tariffs: Can the EU Still Afford a Low-Carbon Economy?

Bloomberg BNA’s expert authors analyze recent changes to feed-in tariffs in several EU countries, which may send a signal to the renewable energy industry that the development of such energy sources should be less expensive for EU final customers.

 

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By Igor Muszynski and Karolina Reiter (6/17/2013) 

Feed-in tariffs are the most frequently used instrument in EU member states to stimulate development of the renewable energy industry. Recent changes to the tariffs introduced in some countries are sending a signal to the industry that the development of renewable energy sources should be less expensive for EU final customers. The authors review these changes as well as expectations for the future.


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