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E3 Analytics is a Berlin-based consulting company focusing on renewable energy policy, markets, and finance. Through detailed analysis and cutting edge market research, E3 Analytics provides advisory services and support to governments, international institutions, NGOs, as well as private sector clients in both developed and developing countries.

Since its founding in 2009, E3 Analytics has worked with senior government officials in over fifty countries around the world to help accelerate the global energy transition, including in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the Pacific Islands region, as well as in the Americas.

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Feed-in Tariffs: Arguments and Counter-arguments

Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) have come under fire of late, being criticized variously as “subsidies,” and “unfunded liabilities.” This Analytical Brief dispels a few common misconceptions of what is now widely recognized as the most successful renewable energy (RE) policy, and suggests that analysts and economists take a closer look. The majority of shots fired thus…
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Re-engaging FIT system owners and accelerating the Energy Transition

This policy paper lays out an innovative concept for the German government to catalyse a new wave of investments in the Energy Transition, reduce the renewable energy surcharge (the EEG Umlage), and re-engage early investors in the Energy Transition. Idea in a Nutshell: Early adopters of solar PV systems would be offered a discounted payout…
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Booms, Busts, and Retroactive Cuts: Spain’s RE Odyssey

Much ink has been spilled over Spain’s recent solar energy boom-and-bust. In response to generous tariffs and loose oversight, developers in Spain installed over 2600MW of solar PV capacity in 2008, or roughly 50% of global installations that year. This rapid market growth overwhelmed policymakers and prompted a drastic policy change, including a 500MW annual…