Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate

Analysis of regulatory barriers to renewable energy uptake in partnership developing countries

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One of the key barriers identified in relation to the increased uptake of renewable energy is the lack of mature markets and favorable policy, regulatory and legal frameworks to encourage the development of, and investment in, renewable energy. The purpose of the project is to provide an overview of the regulatory and policy situation in China, India, and Korea in relation to renewable energy projects, with case studies of Partner countries, especially those that are already taking positive steps to promote increased investment in renewable energy markets. The ultimate aim of the project is to encourage and enhance the capacity for emission-reduction efforts in the target Partner countries by promoting legal and regulatory measures to create the enabling environments for the uptake of renewable energy.

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