Similar goals, divergent motives. The enabling and constraining factors of Russia's capacity-based renewable energy support scheme
Energy Policy, 2017, vol. 101, issue C, 138-149
In 2009, the Russian government set its first quantitative renewable energy target at 4.5% of the total electricity produced and consumed by 2020. In 2013, the Government launched its capacity-based renewable energy support scheme (CRESS), however, the Ministry of Energy (2016d) expects it will merely add 0.3% to the current 0.67% share of renewables (Ministry of Energy, 2016c). This raises the question what factors might explain this implementation gap.
Keywords: Russia; Renewable energy policy; Capacity-based support scheme, Social structurationist approach; Policy cycle analysis; Neopatrimonialism (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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