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This website is a resource platform for local governments to find possible low emission development solutions for their cities. It contains sectoral and cross-sectoral packages of activities, and it is structured along local government responsibilities and spheres of influence.

Source: Solutions Gateway
Date: April 2015

This report–the eighth in a series of studies on electricity generating costs–presents levelized cost of electricity projections for baseload and renewable generation plants commissioned in 2020.

Source: International Energy Agency (IEA)
Date: January 2015

This white paper describes recent data on trends and breakdown of vehicles in the heavy-duty segment as well as the existing regulatory design of separate gasoline and diesel standards.

Source: The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
Date: April 2015

This document describes opportunities developed by the U.S.

Source: Council on Climate Preparedness and Resilience

This policy brief presents three key recommendations for supporting a global energy transition in support of the Paris Climate Agreement and the Agenda for Sustainable Development and building on action taken by the G20 in recent years.

Source: Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS)
Date: November 2016

This working paper—which draws on engagement with 200 experts from private companies, academic institutions, government and international organizations—expands on the transport findings published in IRENA's REmap: Roadma

Source: International Renewable Energy Agency

This website provides a platform for sharing data, visualizations and analytical tools that are relevant to the energy sector.

Source: World Bank Group

Power systems are designed and operated to efficiently manage variability and uncertainty in electricity demand and resource availability. Variable renewable energy (VRE) increases this inherent variability and uncertainty, and thus increases the need for flexibility.

Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory

The IPCC Low Energy Demand scenario requires significant efficiency gains in the use of energy. This report aims to describe how nations can increase their understanding of efficiency, invest in it and project a vision forward.

Source: International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation
Date: January 2019