Renewable Energy in Russia and the CIS is a unique overview of the renewable energy sector in the states of former soviet union, with reference to the current legislative environment and promotion strategy. Assesses each market in terms of existing RE capacity, demand, government incentives, drivers and economic viability. Analyses RE resources and opportunities in each market giving examples of installed RE capacity by market and category. Reports on applicable tariff structures for RE projects by market and RE category. Provides listings of useful contacts in the fields of Government, technology partners, investment partners, banking and legal. This authoritative report provides analysis and information to assist industry professionals, investors and prospective developers in their assessment of the opportunities available as Renewable Energy is incorporated into a balanced energy portfolio in each of these markets: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Belarus; Georgia; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan; Moldova; Russia; Tajikistan; Turkmenistan (associate member of the CIS); Ukraine; Uzbekistan. Within each market each of these input resources for generation of RE are reviewed: Biofuels; Biogas (including LFG); Geothermal; Mini-hydro; Ocean; Solar; Biomas; Wast; Wind.