global energias renovables

global energias renovables

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner. It will allow you to – -Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken on renewable energy by different markets. -Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting the renewable energy markets.-Compare the level of support provided to different renewable energy technologies in different countries.-Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of insights on the future opportunities and critical success factors in the renewable energy market.

La energía eólica es una parte clave de estrategia de sostenibilidad de IKEA Group para generar tanta energía renovable como consume para 2020. El proyecto será propiedad total de IKEA Canadá, convirtiéndolo en la mayor central eólica de un minorista canadiense.

“La inversión de IKEA Canadá en energías renovables es triplemente beneficiosa. Podemos apoyar la transición a un futuro de bajo carbono, reducir nuestros costes de energía y operativos, y pasar esos beneficios a nuestros clientes mientras seguimos ofreciendo muebles del hogar de alta calidad a precios bajos”, dijo Kerri Molinaro, director general de IKEA Canadá. “Esta central eólica en Alberta, junto con las instalaciones solares existentes en tres de nuestras tiendas de Ontario, es un paso significativo para conseguir la ambición global de IKEA para ser energéticamente independiente para 2020, produciendo más energía renovable de la que consumimos”.

Mainstream Renewable Power es uno de los desarrolladores independientes líderes de proyectos de energía renovable a nivel mundial. Con una cartera de proyectos en desarrollo que supera los 19 GW a nivel mundial está actualmente construyendo granjas solares y eólicas en Irlanda, Sudáfrica, Chile y Canadá.

Figure 1: Renewable Power Market, The US, Impact Analysis of Various Policies, 1992-2012 27Figure 2: Renewable Power Market, The US, Policy Impact on Applicable Renewable Power Sources 28Figure 3: Production Tax Credit, The US, In Service Deadline and Credit Amount, 2013 34Figure 4: Renewable Power Market, The US, Treasury Grants, Total Grants, 2009-2012 38Figure 5: Renewable Power Market, The US, Treasury Grants by Technology, Value (%), 2012 39Figure 6: Renewable Power Market, The US, Treasury Grants by Technology, Volume (%), 2012 40Figure 7: Renewable Power Market, The US, Treasury Grants, Wind Power, No of Grants ($m), 2009-2012 42Figure 8: Wind Power Market, The US, Capacity (MW) Supported by Treasury Grants, 2009-2012 43Figure 9: Renewable Power Market, The US, Treasury Grants, Solar Power, Volume and Value ($m) of Grants, 2009-2012 44Figure 10: Solar Power Market, The US, Treasury Grants, Capacity (MW) Supported by Grants, 2009-2012 46Figure 11: Renewable Power Market, The US, Treasury Grants, Geothermal Power, Volume and Value ($m) of Grants, 2009-2012 47Figure 12: Solar Photovoltaic, The US, Annual Installed Capacity (MW), 2001-2012 57Figure 13: Wind Power, The US, Annual Installed Capacity (GW), 2000-2015 60Figure 14: Geothermal Power, The US, Annual Installed Capacity (MW), 2005-2012 61Figure 15: Biofuels, The US, Amount of Renewable Transportation Fuel to be Sold (Billion Gallons), 2008-2022 69Figure 16: Renewable Power Market, California, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 81Figure 17: California Solar Initiative, California, Rebate Levels by Incentive Step and Rebate Type, 2012 89Figure 18: Renewable Power Market, Colorado, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 102Figure 19: Renewable Power, Colorado, Renewable Portfolio Standard (%), 2007-2020 103Figure 20: Renewable Power Market, Iowa, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 115Figure 21: Renewable Fuel Standard, Iowa (%), 2009-2020 123Figure 22: Renewable Power Market, Minnesota, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 125Figure 23: Renewable Portfolio Standard, Minnesota, RPS for Xcel Energy and Other Utilities, 2010-2025 126Figure 24: Renewable Power Market, Nevada, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 134Figure 25: Renewable Portfolio Standard, Nevada (%), 2005-2025 135Figure 26: Renewable Power Market, New Jersey, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 140Figure 27: Renewable Portfolio Standards, New Jersey (%), 2014-2028 141Figure 28: Renewable Power Market, New York, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 153Figure 29: Renewable Power Market, Oregon, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 163Figure 30: Renewable Portfolio Standards, Oregon (%), 2011-2025 164Figure 31: Renewable Power Market, Texas, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 178Figure 32: Renewable Power Market, Washington, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 188Figure 33: Renewable Energy Standards, Washington, 2012-2020 189Figure 34: Renewable Power Market, Canada, Impact Analysis of Various Policies, 2002-2012 199Figure 35: Renewable Power Market, Canada, Policy Impact on Applicable Renewable Power Sources 200Figure 36: Solar Power, Canada, New Installed Capacity (MW), 2001-2012 206Figure 37: Wind Power, Canada, New Installations (MW), 2002-2012 209Figure 38: Renewable Power Market, British Columbia, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 228Figure 39: Renewable Power Market, Nova Scotia, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 231Figure 40: Renewable Power Market, Ontario, Policy Applicability to Renewable Power Sources 239Figure 41: Renewable Power Market, Argentina, Impact Analysis of Policies, 2001-2012 263Figure 42: Renewable Power Market, Brazil, Impact Analysis of Policies, 1974-2012 274Figure 43: Renewable Power Policy, Mexico, Impact Analysis of Policies, 2002-2012 291

Sin embargo, sencillamente Japn ha desistido del enfoque que siguen las polticas climticas que han fracasado durante los ltimos 20 aos, prometiendo reducciones de carbono que luego no se materializan, o slo lo hacen en niveles insignificantes, con costos muy altos e insostenibles. En cambio, casi todo el mundo parece haber ignorado que Japn se ha comprometido a gastar 110 mil millones de dlares a lo largo de cinco aos, procedentes de fuentes pblicas y privadas para la innovacin en tecnologas medioambientales y energticas.

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