- Dec 7, 2021 9:28 am GMT
The current zero-interest-rate policy of the EU, in combination with financing mechanisms such as feed-in tariffs (FiT), has contributed immensely towards cost reductions in renewables and spurred investments since 2010.
This post is a bit of a digression from our usual posts on renewables, but we believe that a more detailed grasp of the financial theory behind the renewables investment surge in recent years is interesting to some of you as well.
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