Public policy support and the competitiveness of the renewable energy sector – The case of Poland
Adam Staliński and
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2021, vol. 149, issue C
Many countries worldwide developed own policies of fostering the sector of renewable energy technologies (RET). Indeed, public policy support has been discussed as pivotal to facilitating new sectors within the theory of infant industries. Particularly in the context of emerging economies, the achievement of the international competitiveness of the RET sector may require public support. On the other hand, however, certain governmental decisions may not turn out to be supportive to RET companies, particularly at such early stage.
Keywords: Renewable energy technologies; Public support; Emerging market; Infant industry (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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