December 2015
OECD Environment Working Papers;12/18/2015, Issue 98, p38
Working Paper
The article offers information on the six subgroups of the renewable energy sub-sector as defined by the International Energy Agency which include geothermal, biomass, and hydro. The exclusion of the renewable energy Research & Development and manufacturing as it might not ultimately result in emission reductions is stated. It adds that the six subgroups are considered renewable energy power sources as climate-specific by nature.


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