Clean Energy Investment in the Former Soviet Union (Ukraine and Kazakhstan)

By Point Carbon on August 20, 2008
This commissioned study looks at the domestic barriers and opportunities in two countries— the Ukraine and Kazakhstan— for increased investment in clean energy infrastructure and technologies. Some barriers and opportunities are general to all investment, while others are specific to clean energy investment. The study was part of a project that included another country study (PDF - 1.7 mb), in Nigeria. A synthesis report (PDF - 1.1 mb) pulled together the lessons from these studies and the literature on domestic issues, as well as looking at international investment law through the same lens, asking how it might foster or frustrate increase clean energy investment.

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IISD, 2008