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Empirical analysis of the relationship between renewable energy, economic growth and environment: 23 OECD countries

Non–renewable energy is expected to be almost depleted as of 2050 and the share of renewable energy resources in energy consumption begun to increase. We studied the relation between renewable energy consumption and economic growth environment in 23 OECD countries for the period 1996-2015. The results of Panel co-integration test identified that there was co-integration between the economic growth and renewable energy in 23 OECD countries. In most 23 OECD countries, economic growth affects renewable energy in a positive direction, which supports the conservation hypothesis in the literature, while carbon emission affects renewable energy consumption in negative direction.

Renewable energy, economic growth, panel data analysis, OECD countries


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