|Title:||Barriers to the Diffusion of Climate Friendly Technologies|
|Published In:||International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialization|
Based on an extensive literature review and research interviews of energy experts, this article asks: what are the remaining impediments to clean energy systems and how can a Post-Kyoto Protocol climate framework be designed to overcome them? The article begins by exploring commercially available 'clean' energy systems and practices relating to energy end-use and infrastructure, energy supply, carbon capture and storage, and non-CO2 related greenhouse gas emissions. The article then examines a selection of persistent financial, market, information and intellectual property barriers. Lastly, it articulates the implication of these barriers for the design of future national and international climate change policies.
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|External Contributors:||Benjamin K. Sovacool|
International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialization. 10. Issue 1. 43 - 62.