All pages with keywords: wind energy

Grantham Workshop | Hélia Costa “Gone with the wind? Local employment impact of wind energy investment”

Grantham Workshop | Hélia Costa “Gone with the wind? Local employment impact of wind energy investment”

Grantham Workshop Hélia Costa 20 Apr 2016

Hélia Costa, Research Officer at the Grantham Research Institute, will be the speaker for this seminar.


RSS | Joseph Aldy ‘Capital versus output subsidies: implications for alternative incentives for wind energy’

Research Seminar Serie 1 Jun 2016

Joseph Aldy, Associate Professor of Public Policy at Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard, will be the speaker at this event. Joseph will … read more »


Does foreign environmental policy influence domestic innovation? Evidence from the wind industry

Does foreign environmental policy influence domestic innovation? Evidence from the wind industry

a research article by Antoine Dechezleprêtre 24 July, 2014

This paper analyses the relative influence of domestic and foreign demand-pull policies in wind power across OECD countries on the rate of innovation in this technology. We use annual … read more »


Gone with the Wind: valuing the local impacts of wind turbines through house prices

Grantham Workshop 27 Nov 2013

Seminar in our Grantham Workshop series Speaker: Steve Gibbons


‘Clean’ or ‘dirty’ energy: evidence on a renewable energy resource curse

Policy Seminar Caterina Gennaioli 27 Feb 2012

The above paper, written by Caterina Gennaioli and Massimo Tavoni, will be presented. Taking a political economy approach, the link between public support schemes for renewable energy and the potential … read more »


Behind the headlines: bird fatalities and wind turbines

a commentary by Naomi Hicks 12 April, 2013

Once again, it’s been a busy couple of weeks in the national headlines for wind farms, with both the Daily Mail and The Telegraph putting the spotlight on the impacts of turbines on rare … read more »


Wind power: a model of successful public policy?

Wind power: a model of successful public policy?

a commentary by Antoine Dechezleprêtre 3 July, 2012

Wind energy has been developing very quickly in the past years. Installation of wind turbines grew at an annual average rate of 30% between 2000 and 2009 and global installed … read more »


Does foreign environmental policy influence domestic innovation? Evidence from the wind industry

Does foreign environmental policy influence domestic innovation? Evidence from the wind industry

a working paper by Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Matthieu Glachant 1 April, 2011

This paper examines the relative influence of domestic and foreign renewable energy policies on innovation activity in wind power, using patent data from OECD countries from … read more »