U.S. #1 “Most Attractive” for Renewable Energy – Earnst & Young

08/12/2009 at 8:42 am Leave a comment

In a report titled Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Indices , the firm Ernst & Young tries to measure how “attractive” various countries are to renewable energy development. In this new edition (Nov 2009) of the report U.S. is ranked number 1, followed by China and Germany. The only thing that keeps the U.S. ahead of China is that it is slightly stronger when it comes to solar (PV, but especially CSP), biomass, and geothermal. However, China beats the US when it comes to wind power (which is the most important category in the weighted index) and even in infrastructure.

Report can be accessed here.

Entry filed under: Renewable Energy.

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