Creating Markets for Energy Technologies by Iea

Creating Markets for Energy Technologies by Iea

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As in the Dutch programme for renewable energy in CS11. 51 3. A Research, Development and Deployment Perspective The second issue highlighted is that several different market actors may have to go through a process of relearning in order for the new technology to be fully accepted. 9 The need not only to stimulate, but also to align the relearning process among different organisations, presents a great challenge for the designers of a deployment programme. Obviously it is desirable to rely where feasible on the ability for self-organisation inherent in a well functioning market.

5. See Espejo et al (1996) and Morgan (1986). The latter finds that an efficient first learning loop may actually hinder relearning: “... ” (p. 90) 50 3. A Research, Development and Deployment Perspective influence the ‘Deploy‘ activity6 (by providing a market pull). Changes in standards and labelling requirements could affect the ‘Observe‘ activity7 (by influencing the choices of customers), and fiscal measures could affect the ‘Correct‘ activity8 (by influencing financing decisions and profitability thresholds).

This can be understood in light of the potential for improved energy efficiency through the use of new end-use technologies (many of which are well developed and ready for widespread use), the promise of modular and decentralised supply technologies and the widespread interest in regulatory reform. Transforming energy systems and markets to facilitate these changes may require major changes in the way market actors do their business, changes in the relations among them, and in some cases the emergence of new types of actors.

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