Czech Republic Renewables Market Discussed in New Business Monitor International Report Now Available at

20 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The Czech Republic is one of the countries characterized by a relatively high growth tempo of the renewable energy sector. The country’s rated capacity demonstrated a rise by over 4.3 percent Y-o-Y in 2011. If compared to 2007, it increased by 21 percent. Solar energy and hydroelectricity are amid the largest sectors of the local renewables industry. The solar energy sector is expected to show moderate growth in the coming decade despite its boom in 2010. Development of the wind energy sector slowed down in 2011 in the Czech Republic given certain instability of the regulatory environment.

The local government will stop supporting the renewable sector in 2014 in case a new bill which is currently under discussion is adopted. This will hit significantly the sector.

New market research report “Czech Republic Renewables Report Q1 2013” elaborated by Business Monitor International provides access to the unique data on the renewables sector in the Czech Republic. The study offers a detailed overview of the country’s industry and electricity generating capacity. The Czech Republic power SWOT, information on the key renewables projects, sustainable energy policy as well as infrastructure, targets, subsidies, renewable Feed-In Tariffs and competitive landscape can be also found in the report. Besides, the research includes the future outlook for the industry in the country.

The report includes 3 FREE quarterly updates.

Report Details:

Czech Republic Renewables Report Q1 2013
Published: November, 2012
Pages: 28
Price: US$ 1.175,00

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