Edited by Rolf Wüstenhagen and Robert Wuebker
This timely Handbook provides an excellent overview of our knowledge on the drivers, influencing factors and outcomes of energy entrepreneurship. As the world grapples with global resource crunches and fights to reap the rewards of new energy technologies, a wide space for entrepreneurial opportunity has emerged. The Handbook of Research on Energy Entrepreneurship offers critical insight on how nations the world over can make full use of those opportunities.
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- Handbook of Research on Energy Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 1: An Introduction to Energy Entrepreneurship Research
- Chapter 2: Market Failure, Market Dynamics and Entrepreneurial Innovation by Environmental Ventures
- Chapter 3: Prolonged Gestation and Commitment to an Emerging Organizational Field: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Businesses in Minnesota 1993–2009
- Chapter 4: Entrepreneurial Learning in Energy Technology Start-ups: A Case Study in the Biogas Market
- Chapter 5: Entrepreneurial Opportunity and the Formation of Photovoltaic Clusters in Eastern Germany
- Chapter 6: The Rise of Chinese Challenger Firms in the Global Solar Industry
- Chapter 7: International Entrepreneurship in the Offshore Renewable Energy Industry
- Chapter 8: Photovoltaic Business Models: Threat or Opportunity for Utilities?
- Chapter 9: Why Corporate Venture Capital Funds Fail: Evidence from the European Energy Industry
- Chapter 10: Business Angels and Energy Investing: Insights from a German Panel Study
- Chapter 11: Venture Capital Investment in the Greentech Industries: A Provocative Essay
- Chapter 12: How do Business Models Impact Financial Performance of Renewable Energy Firms?
- Chapter 13: Interfirm Relationships in a New Industry: The Case of Fuel Cell Technologies
- Chapter 14: Challenges of Doing Market Research in the New Energy Market
- Chapter 15: Path Dependence, Path Creation and Creative Destruction in the Evolution of Energy Systems
- Chapter 16: Making, Breaking, and Remaking Markets: State Regulation, Entrepreneurship, and Photovoltaic Electricity in New Jersey
- Chapter 17: International Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer: The CDM Situation in China
- Chapter 18: Incentive Prizes to Stimulate Energy Innovation and Entrepreneurship
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Chapter 1: An Introduction to Energy Entrepreneurship Research
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