Investment decisions in the renewable energy field: An analysis of main determinants

@article{Masini2010InvestmentDI,
  title={Investment decisions in the renewable energy field: An analysis of main determinants},
  author={Andrea Masini and Emanuela Menichetti},
  journal={PICMET 2010 TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT FOR GLOBAL ECONOMIC GROWTH},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-11}
}
Renewable energy technologies (RET) have the potential to satisfy a significant share of the global energy supply, thus contributing to achieve climate mitigation goals. RET can also accelerate the recovery from the current economic crisis thanks to the many environmental, economic and societal benefits that such technologies incorporate. However, traditional accounting methods largely overlook the positive externalities generated by RET and therefore tend to favor conventional energy sources… CONTINUE READING

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