Investors and Instability: Renewables in the Third World

■ Engineering & Technology / Investors and Instability: Renewables in the Third World Researchers from Yonsei University, Seoul, propose a model to assess the viability of investing in renewable energy projects in developing countries. Renewable Energy (RE) use is on the rise and the developing world will not be left behind. RE now accounts for about 20% of global energy produced, with developing countries playing an increasingly important role in RE production. This increase in production provides investment opportunities for public and private groups. But “despite the positive aspects of RE markets, it is difficult to make decisions regarding RE investments in developing countries,” says … Continue reading Investors and Instability: Renewables in the Third WorldRead More →