Price regulation, tariff models and ownership as elements of strategic energy planning

The hypothesis here is that new technologies will not appear automatically and they do not by design result in a strong socio-economic development.

Innovative strategic energy planning is aimed at technological solutions within renewable energy and energy conservation at the consumer level, which may have a larger part of their value added close to the consumers than fossil technologies; thus, generating vital socio-economic development.

Research relates to the ability to invest subject to demographic changes and urbanisation; location in the country; support and organisation of financial institutions, consultancies and businesses; ownership models; and the promotion of regional socio-economies.

A systematic innovative planning methodology is developed to support the reaping of potential socio-economic benefits.



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InnovationFundDenmark logo 2014