Market and non-market factors influencing the development of green energy producers
Bogna Janik ()
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Bogna Janik: Poznan School of Banking
Copernican Journal of Finance & Accounting, 2014, vol. 3, issue 2, 25-36
The aim of the study is to identify and examine some key factors crucial to the development of the Polish industry of producers obtaining renewable energy, and to find the market and non-market factors influencing the development of Polish green energy producers. What is essential for the development of renewable energy producers is an adequate public policy, especially the regulations concerning the financial aspects of obtaining energy from renewable sources and the efficiency of available technologies. Pricing mechanisms defining the company’s revenue from various resources are the most important factors, however it is difficult to determine their priority. A better understanding of the conditions of the Polish renewable energy sector will also be useful in the process of public policy modifications and fostering the development of the renewable energy area. It is one of the first attempts to investigate the issues concerning financial performance of renewable energy companies on the Polish market.
Keywords: green energy; green energy producers; property rights; renewable energy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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