Europe has seen a surge in renewables over the last decade, and the sector continues to grow. The priorities for the renewable energy expansion driven by the EU energy policy framework are setting corresponding national targets for the EU member states and are impacting neighboring countries in Europe and Central Asia.
Although the regulatory and commercial structures of national markets often differ substantially, governments and regulators have to grapple with many of the same issues. National policies and legislation continue evolving. For RES developers and investors, commercial success hinges on understanding current and anticipating future trends, spotting opportunities as they arise, minimizing risk and putting in place an agile business model that is capable of surviving shocks and uncertainties.
Anda Todor, Managing Partner, Dentons Bucharest, commented “ We believe that the guide will be a useful instrument for players acting in this sector, as it addresses the major drivers and constraints for investments in renewable energy projects in 16 jurisdictions in which our firm is present”.
Download our guide “ Investing in renewable energy projects in Europe.” It gives snapshots of the prospects for renewable energy projects in 16 jurisdictions in Europe and Central Asia with active renewable energy industries or significant RES potential. In each case, we look at the general background and the intrinsic potential for RES development, the factors driving the industry, and the constraints and risks investors face.
Dentons produced this guide in cooperation with Bloomberg New Energy Finance.