"Solving India’s Renewable Energy Financing Challenge: Which Federal Policies can be Most Effective?", 2014

By Shrimali, Gireesh.,Goel, Shobhit.,Srinivasan, Sandhya.,Nelson, David

The report seeks to answer the question – How much of the gap between the unsubsidized cost of renewable energy could the federal government cover without state support? It was found that long-term, debt-related policies are most cost-effective compared to existing policies and that reduced cost, extended-tenor debt is more cost-effective than the primary existing policies at current support levels.

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