Dominique Guellec and Bruno van Pottelsberghe, OECD Publications. This document attempts to quantify the aggregate net effect of government funding on business R&D in 17 OECD Member countries over the past two decades.
J. J. Dooley for the Battelle Memorial Institute, 2001. Trends in public and private sector investments in energy research and development.
Conference sponsored by the United States Department of Energy, 4-5 March 2002, Arlington, VA. To assist U. S. Department of Energy offices to improve their estimates of the benefits of their R&D programs.
P. J. Runci for the United States Department of Energy, 2003. Analysis of government funding for R&D in Canada.
Thomas Kåberger, presentation at the First Asia Pacific Green Power Conference, Tokyo. Spending government money on research and development has helped develop technologies for utilization of renewable energy. Systems of subsidies have made it possible to have the technologies demonstrated.
Updated regularly. Relies on data reported by members; not verified. Clean coal spending often missing from coal totals.
Energy Policy. V. 31, No. 13, pp. 1379-1391. Alexander Ritschel and Greg Smestad. Many interventions implemented by the state to smooth out the impacts of the energy crisis insulated electricity consumers from market realities and supported the existing structure of California’s electricity market, which is predominantly based on fossil fuels, while suppressing market incentives to improve energy conservation.
Current. Summaries of policies that encourage the development of green power markets, state-by-state.
Pacific Northwest Laboratory (operated by Battelle Memorial Institute) for the US Department of Energy. Very detailed historical data on production subsidies to multiple fuels and the origination of many federal programs. Includes information on federal investments into many large hydro dams and in the TVA. Provides useful perspective on the substantial federal subsidies that bolstered large scale hydro and fission power for decades.
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