This article argues that the Czech Republic should expand wind power to meet the ever-growing European Union renewable energy requirements and to achieve the Czech Republic’s State Energy Policy objectives. The country could save about $23 billion in initial investment costs by expanding only wind power instead of its current plan of using diversified renewable energy sources.
Glass-Hardenbergh, Alexander, "How Will the Czech Republic Achieve the EU Climate and Energy Targets?" (2016). Volume 34 - Post-Communist Reform in the Czech Republic: Progress and Problems (2016). 10.