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The State of Renewable Energies in Europe
Reader Satisfaction Survey

17th annual overview barometer

Please come back to the survey after consulting the barometer

It will take you less than 5 minutes to answer this questionnaire. To thank you for your participation.

General information (all fields are mandatory)

1. In what field of activity are you involved? *
Renewable energiesOther energiesTransportEnergy efficiencyInformation / Public awareness / EducationOther

2. In which country are you located? *

3. What type of organisation or structure do you work for ? *
Governmental/European institutionNGOEnergy agencyResearch / UniversityFinance / Consulting /Project developmentIndustryMediaOther

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4. How did you learn about the EurObserv'ER barometers (thematic barometers or the State of Renewable energies in Europe)? *
From a EurObserv'ER emailingFrom a EurObserv'ER TweetThrough European Commission websiteFrom another publicationThrough a websiteOther

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5. Since when have you been reading the EurObserv’ER barometers? *
This is the first timeLess than a yearA couple of yearsMore than 2 yearsMore than 5 years

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Assessment of specific parts of the 17th EurObserv'ER State of Renewable Energies in Europe

I. The chapter on energy indicators (pages 7 to 97)

6. How would you score the analysis made for each sector in this chapter? *

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7. How would you score the set of indicators presented in this chapter? *

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II. The chapter on socioeconomic indicators (pages 99 to 149)

8. How would you score the analysis made in this chapter?

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9. How would you score the set of indicators presented in this chapter? *

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III. The chapter on investment indicators (page 151 to 192)

10. How would you score the quality of the information and the analysis of this chapter? *

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11. How would you score the set of indicators presented in this chapter? *

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IV. The chapter on costs, prices and cost competitiveness (page 193 to 199)

12. How would you score the quality of the information and the analysis of this chapter? *

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13. How would you score the set of indicators presented in this chapter? *

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V. The chapter on avoided fossil fuel use and resulted avoided costs (page 201 to 209)

14. How would you score the quality of the information and the analysis of this chapter? *

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15. How would you score the set of indicators presented in this chapter? *

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VI. The chapter on indicators on innovation and competitiveness (page 211 to 261)

16. How would you score the quality of the information and the analysis of this chapter? *

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17. How would you score the set of indicators presented in this chapter? *

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VII. The chapter on indicators on the flexibility of the electric system (page 263 to 273)

18. How would you score the quality of the information and the analysis of this chapter? *

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19. How would you score the set of indicators presented in this chapter? *

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Assessment of the 17th EurObserv'ER State of Renewable Energies in Europe

20. How would you score this 17th edition of the State of Renewable Energies in Europe? *

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21. Will you use the 17th EurObserv'ER State of Renewable Energies in Europe in the scope of your work, which data do you make use of and what do you use it for?

22. In your opinion, how could the next edition of the EurObserv’ER State of Renewable Energies in Europe be improved ?

Could you now give us a quick feedback on our new EurObserv’ER website (www.eurobserv-er.org)? *

23. Could you now give us a quick feedback on our new EurObserv’ER website (www.eurobserv-er.org)?

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24. How easy is it to find what you are looking for on the EurObserv’ER website? * Very EasyEasyNot so easyNot easy at all

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