Challenges and Opportunities for the Renewable Energy Economy
Reboredo, Juan Carlos (editor)
Renewable energy deployment as an alternative to traditional energy sources is the cornerstone of the emission-reduction energy policies that aim to facilitate the transition to a low-carbon economy. This transition poses risks and opportunities for companies with business models that rely directly or indirectly on renewables, which will be reflected in the revaluation of assets and in the reallocation of private and public financial investments from carbon-intensive to low-carbon energies. In a series of selected articles, this book addresses current challenges and opportunities for renewable energies from technological, economic and financial perspectives.
Keywordsday-ahead market; balancing market; gate closure; forecast uncertainty; wind power forecast; agent-based simulation; the MATREM system; drying; solar energy; sustainable processing; energy efficiency; global heat production; energy market; energy conversion; electricity; carbon trading; palm oil producer; renewable energy; economy; sustainable development; clean development mechanism; Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); Malaysia; energy planning; Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT); Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM); low-carbon economy; renewable energy deployment; environmental efficiency; pumped hydro storage; wind farm; simulated annealing; genetic algorithm; pattern search; Matlab optimization toolbox; economic and environment feasibility; renewables; low carbon; interdependence; copulas; conditional quantiles; liquefied natural gas; cold energy; regasification; chilled water; techno economic; coevolution; the fuel ethanol industry; history-friendly model; entry regulation; ethanol mandate; production subsidy; R& D subsidy
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
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