2013-02-10 15:14:33 - Fast Market Research recommends "Renewable Policy Analysis - December, 2012" from GlobalData, now available
The "Renewable Policy Analysis" provides in depth study of the major renewable policy developments across the globe. It gives regulatory and other associated updates for the global renewable energy market which can help the individual/company to frame their business strategies while minimizing regulatory risks. For the December 2012 issue, it covers two featured articles "Solar PV Trade War Intensified Near Year End " and " Support Cut for Solar PV in France, Denmark, Greece and Australia ", providing excellent analysis on these development.
This report includes policy updates on the major countries. There are key news stories covered in the report, of which following two articles are covered in detail -
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* Featured Articles: Analytical
articles related to the impact of major policies on the renewable energy market.
* Solar PV Trade War Intensified Near Year End
* Support Cut for Solar PV in France, Denmark, Greece and Australia
Reasons to buy
This renewable policy report includes major policy developments in the renewable energy market for the month of December 2012. The report consists of -
* Featured articles: Analytical articles related to the impact of major policies in the renewable energy market.
* Key news highlights: Key renewable policy news alerts for the month.
* Major policy updates: Regional renewable policy news for the month.
Report Table of Contents:
1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
3 Renewable Policy Analysis - December, 2012
3.1 Solar PV Trade War Intensified Near Year End
3.1.1 November 26, 2012: Chinese Government to Begin Retrospective Taxation Investigation into Imports of Solar Grade Polysilicon Originating from the US, South Korea and EU
3.1.2 November 28, 2012: Indian Ministry of Commerce Starts Investigation on Solar Imports from China, Malaysia, Chinese Taipei and US
3.1.3 November 23, 2012: Indian MHIPE says Cheap Chinese Equipment Affecting BHEL Solar Power Equipment Project
3.1.4 November 8, 2012 European Commission Launches Anti-subsidy Investigation into Solar Panel Imports From China
3.1.5 November 5, 2012 China Files Dispute against Certain EU Member States over Feed-in Tariff Programs
3.2 Support Cut for Solar PV in France, Denmark, Greece and Australia
3.2.1 November 26, 2012: France to Cut Solar Feed-in Tariff By 20%
3.2.2 2012: Danish Government to Cut Subsidies for Solar PV Power
3.2.3 November 9, 2012 Greek Government Approves Tax on Solar Power Plants
3.2.4 November 16, 2012: Australian Government to Phase out Solar Credits Mechanism Early
3.3 Key News Highlights - Key Renewable Policy News Alerts of the Month
3.3.3 Asia Pacific
3.3.4 Middle East and Africa
4.2.2 Secondary Research
4.2.3 Primary Research
4.2.4 Modeling and Forecasting
4.3 Contact Us
List of Tables
1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Abbreviations
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