This report sheds light on Europe’s and the Netherlands’ positioning in a future solar PV value chain. In order to rebuild a Dutch solar PV supply chain, European collaboration is key. The Netherlands holds a unique position in the integration of PV modules in the built environment.
This paper discusses how to determine the optimal regulatory framework for the EU natural gas market and what such a framework would look like.
Carl Koopmans carried out an independent review of the evaluation of the Energy Innovation Agenda.
An accelerated reduction of the gas production from the Groningen gas field will cost up to € 3.8 billion per year. SEO has designed four green tax packages that provide alternative income.
The SDE+ scheme is the main policy instrument used by the government to contribute to achieving the renewable energy targets for 2020 and 2023. This study evaluates the effectiveness and efficiency of the SDE+ instrument.
In 2030, 60 percent of the electricity consumption can be produced sustainably using solar and wind energy. Operating grants and net metering are the most effective tools to achieve that goal.
What are the social costs and benefits of investing in North Sea wind power? Do wind turbines really cause damage amounting to 5 billion euros? This study looks at the facts.
Did Dutch energy policy in the period 2007-2012 promote an energy economy that is internationally competitive, reliable, safe and sustainable? SEO Amsterdam Economics carried out a policy review.
This paper discusses policy instruments for redirecting technical change within the electricity sector to mitigate climate change.
Economic arguments to pursue energy policy for non-climate related reasons.