ENERGY EFFICIENCY FINANCING: INNOVATIVE MODELS AND
AbstractThe article deals with the questions of energy efficiency financing. Particularly, the attention is paid to the role of energy efficiency financing within an innovative economy. It is proved that a financial aspect plays an important role in models and strategies of national innovative development implementation. The authorsdescribe new approaches to the solution of problems of energy efficiency financing as well as to the possibilities for its increase in Ukraine.
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