عنوان مقاله [English]
Technology diffusion is one of the most important goals, and of course a challenge, of innovation systems, especially in developing countries. Renewable energy technology sector is among those seriously facing the problem of technology diffusion, and in recent years Iran has supported the use of renewable energies. In this paper, we study the diffusion of renewable energy technologies. To do so, by reviewing the published literature, we try to identify and analyze valid and reliable studies using grounded theory method. The results reveal a model including 4 factors: technology push, demand pull, investment attractiveness, and regulatory conditions.
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