Mapping Emerging Countries' Role in Renewable Energy Trade Disputes
Article from: TDM 3 (2015), in Renewable Energy Disputes
Emerging countries have increased their participation in the sector of renewables with leading technology industries, accelerating the international trade of renewable energy. Indeed, the emergence of these rapidly industrializing economies has created more globalized supply chains. As in the rest of the countries the full deployment of renewable energies, particularly in the solar and wind sectors, requires government subsidies. However, on the one hand, only few countries are willing to subsidize an industry that relies primarily on imported technology. On the other hand, these support ...