The RECIPES project aims to provide the European Commission and other stakeholders with pragmatic recommendations facilitating appropriate action to further the implementation of renewable energy in developing countries, taking into account: - the compet itive position of European renewable energy industry - local and global environmental impacts - effects on the local socio-economic situation To ensure the study will result in recommendations that will lead to an actual increase of implemented renewable energy, it is essential that all main stakeholders are involved in developing these recommendations. Stakeholders will be involved in the proposed RECIPES project by means of: - an Advisory Board - a web forum at which the results can be discussed - a w orkshop for the validation of project results and development of recommendations The main output of the project will include the following: - A website with integrated database section including information regarding the current situation and technical p otential for renewable energy options in each of the 114 developing countries. The database will include standard functions for the generation of country, regional and thematic reports. - In-depth case studies for a representative selection of 15 countrie s, including an assessment of technical and market potential, and the environmental and socio-economic impacts and costs and benefits for EU industry of fulfilling this potential. And, based on the above, publications on: - 'Technical and Market potenti al for renewable energy in developing countries' - 'Costs and benefits for EU industry to fulfil the technical potential of renewable energy in developing countries' - 'Pragmatic recommendations for the implementation of renewable energy in developing coun tries', collaboratively developed by the main stakeholders.
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