Energy Policy

Christopher Namovicz

United States Department of Energy

Michael Durstewitz

Institut für Solare Energieversorgungstechnik (ISET)

Gershon Grossman

Technion—Israel Institute of Technology

Anil Misra

Solar Energy Society of India

Ricardo Rüther

Universidade Federal de Santa Catalina

Koichi Sakuta

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

Jeff Bell

World Alliance for Decentralized Energy

Debra Lew

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

2.1 U.S. State and Federal Policies for Renewables 2-2

Tax Incentives . Regulatory . Research and Development . Other Direct Policy . Indirect Policy References 2-11

2.2 International Policies for Renewable Energy 2-12

Introduction . Overview Policy Instruments . Policies in Europe . The Case of Germany References 2-20

2.3 Energy Policies in India 2-21

Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy in India . Energy Conservation . Renewable Energy Use in India . Policy for All-Round Development of Renewable Energy

References 2-26

2.4 Renewable Energy Policies in Israel 2-26

Introduction . Israel's Energy Economy . Solar Energy Utilization in Israel References 2-29

2.5 Renewable Energy Policies for China 2-29

Introduction . Market Overview . The Renewable Energy Law . Implementing Regulations . Conclusion References 2-32

2.6 Japanese Policies on Energy Conversation and Renewable Energy 2-32

Introduction . Energy Conservation . Renewable Energy References 2-36

2.7 Renewable Energy Policies in Brazil 2-36

Bioenergy and Transportation . The Proalcool Program in Brazil . Bio-oil . Prospects References 2-38

2.8 Policies for Distributed Generation 2-39

Introduction . Canada . Mexico . USA . Argentina . Brazil . Chile . Czech Republic . Denmark . Germany . Hungary . Portugal . United Kingdom . China . India . Japan . Korea

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