Solving the Problems of Consumer Protection and Competition in the Renewable Energy Market
- Aug 9, 2021 11:40 am GMT
The article proposes a solution to the problems of consumer protection and competition in the renewable energy market, which contradict the UNCTAD policy and the laws of the states parties to the UNFCCC framework convention, but are not discussed or resolved by them.
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