Offshore Wind Energy in Emerging Countries: A Decision Support System for the Assessment of Projects

  title={Offshore Wind Energy in Emerging Countries: A Decision Support System for the Assessment of Projects},
  author={Andr{\'e} Koukal and Michael H. Breitner},
  journal={2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
Energy consumption is constantly on the increase all over the world. Especially fast-growing economies in emerging countries contribute to this increase. In addition, the climate change effects of greenhouse gas emissions are becoming more and more evident. Today it has become necessary to expand renewable energies, and offshore wind energy in particular to emerging countries. We provide decision support for assessing projects and general financial conditions, respectively. To that end… CONTINUE READING

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