RES policy performance indicators by Member State are presented in this web-based scenario database, where policy efficiency and effectiveness indicators are incorporated.

  • The “Efficiency” section compares the average to maximum remuneration – consisting in the feed-in tariff or in the sum of electricity prices and tradable green certificates or feed-in premium and remuneration from investment grants or tax incentives – with the minimum to average generation costs of different RES-E (RES-Electricity) and RES-H (RES-Heating) technologies.
  • The “Effectiveness” section displays results for the Policy Effectiveness Indicator by which the impact of a policy on the deployment of renewables is measured by setting the increase in renewable energy supply – normalized by weather-related fluctuation – in relation to the additional available resource potential considered to be realizable by 2030. This indicator is calculated for different RES-E (RES-Electricity) and RES-H (RES-Heating) technologies.

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  • This “RES-E” subsection incorporates Efficiency data regarding renewable energy for electricity generation: Wind onshore, Wind offshore, Solar photovoltaics (PV) , Biogas, Solid & Liquid biomass and Small-scale hydropower.
  • This “RES-H” subsection involves Efficiency data renewable energy for heating generation: Centralized biomass heating plants, Decentralized biomass heating plants, Solar thermal heat and Ground-source, aerothermal and hydrothermal heat pumps.

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  • This “RES-E” subsection incorporates Effectiveness data regarding renewable energy for electricity generation: Wind onshore, Wind offshore, Solar photovoltaics (PV) , Biogas, Solid & Liquid biomass and Small-scale hydropower.
  • This “RES-H” subsection involves Effectiveness data renewable energy for heating generation: Centralized biomass heating plants, Decentralized biomass heating plants, Solar thermal heat and Ground-source, aerothermal and hydrothermal heat pumps.

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Average effectiveness indicator 2011-2013
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Average effectiveness indicator 2010 - 2012
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