Mauritius - a Sustainable Island

Development of Feed-In-Tariffs and Incentive Schemes for Small Scale Distributed Generators in Mauritius

    Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

    Resumé

    Regeringen på Mauritius har en vision om at omdanne Mauritius til en bæredygtig ø. Et vigtigt element i dette er at forøge landets brug af vedvarende energi og derved reducere afhængigheden af fossile brændsler. Også demokratisering af produktionen af energi er besluttet som en vej fremad. Et skridt i denne retning at give husholdninger og virksomheder  mulighed for og motivation til at producere elektricitet ved hjælp af små (under 50 kW) vindmøller, solcelleanlæg og vandkraft (SSDG). Men givet at produktion i lille skala er dyrere, er det nødvendigt at give økonomiske støtte, hvis husholdninger og virksomheder (SIPP) skal investere i elproduktion i lille skala (SSDG).  Konference bidraget præsenterer sammenhæng, teoretiske overvejelser og foreslår incitamenter til elproduktion via SSDG. Bidraget giver også en update m.h.t.  den faktiske implementering på Mauritius
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelProceeding of the11th IAEE European Conference [Cd-rom]
    Antal sider18
    ForlagInternational Association for Energy Economics
    Publikationsdato2010
    Sider1 - 18
    StatusUdgivet - 2010
    Begivenhed11th IAEE European Conference: Energy Economy, Policies and Supply Security: After the Price Shock - Reval Hotel Lietuva, Vilnius, Litauen
    Varighed: 25 aug. 201028 aug. 2010
    https://www.iaee.org/en/conferences/2010-Vilnius.aspx (Link til konference)

    Konference

    Konference11th IAEE European Conference
    LokationReval Hotel Lietuva
    LandLitauen
    ByVilnius
    Periode25/08/201028/08/2010
    Internetadresse

    Emneord

    • Mauritius
    • vedvarende energi

    Citer dette

    Larsen, A. (2010). Mauritius - a Sustainable Island: Development of Feed-In-Tariffs and Incentive Schemes for Small Scale Distributed Generators in Mauritius. I Proceeding of the11th IAEE European Conference [Cd-rom] (s. 1 - 18). International Association for Energy Economics.
    Larsen, Anders. / Mauritius - a Sustainable Island : Development of Feed-In-Tariffs and Incentive Schemes for Small Scale Distributed Generators in Mauritius. Proceeding of the11th IAEE European Conference [Cd-rom]. International Association for Energy Economics, 2010. s. 1 - 18
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    Proceeding of the11th IAEE European Conference [Cd-rom]. International Association for Energy Economics, 2010. s. 1 - 18.

    Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

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