Renewable Energy Sources vs Innovativeness of the Economy on the Basis of the European Union’S Countries
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Monika Zybala: Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland
The energy independency issue is an important question for The European Union (EU), the EU should ordain aims and targets for membership countries to achieve some levels of implementation of renewable sources within a scheduled time. The EU is also spending a lot of expenses for research and development (R&D). Simultaneously implementation of renewable conducting to increase the level of innovation. This article describes what kind of innovations are produced by beefing up renewables and critical relations between general expenditure for renewable and innovation levels.
Keywords: Renewables; energy; innovation; EU (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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