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Editorial

Dominic Marcellino


Developments in two of the largest renewable energy markets (the US and the EU) since the last issue of this Journal portend varying support for renewables in the coming years. The November election in the United States has removed any chance of climate change legislation in the next two years, and, though national legislation is still theoretically possible, the impetus for enhanced action on renewable energy policy (to say nothing of climate policy) lies again in the hands of the various US States. In the EU, however, work is underway to better coordinate energy policies across the Member States (starting from the newly completed Energy 2020 Strategy) that will have implications for energy security, grid connections, energy efficiency, and, naturally, renewable energy.

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