3 Renewable Energy L. & Pol'y Rev. I (2012)

handle is hein.journals/relp2012 and id is 1 raw text is: RELP 112012

Editorial                                                                     1
Dominic Marcellino
Support of Renewable Heat in the UK and in Germany                            3
Martin Altrock, Andrew Whitehead, Henning Thomas and James Stanier
The Future of Feed-in Tariffs:
Capacity Caps, Scheme Closures and Looming Grid Parity                      25
James Prest
Unbundling- A Disturbing Factor in Intelligent Electricity
Distribution Networks?                                                      42
Matthias Wieser
Extended Emissions Trading Versus Sustainability Criteria:
Managing the Ecological and Social Ambivalences of Bioenergy                49
Felix Ekardt and Hartwig von Bredow
Adopting the Use of Biogas as a Renewable Energy Source
in Bui Division of Cameroon: Challenges and Blueprints                      65
Fondufe n~e Sakah Lydia Y and Jude Ndzifon Kimengsi
United Kingdom                                                              77
Neil Budd and Imogen Francis
EU Energy Security in the Gas Sector: Evolving Dynamics, Policy Dilemmas and Prospects  81
Dominic Marcelino

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