The authors of this report examine feed-in tariff (FIT) design for geothermal energy production. They argue that the FIT can be a key factor in reducing the risk associated with developing geothermal resources for energy production.
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This spreadsheet-based model can be used to estimate the delivered cost of energy for power plants, including the levelised cost of energy as well as transmission and distribution (T&D).
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has undertaken its first-ever effort to inventory the fossil fuel related producer and consumer subsidies in 24 industrialized countries.
A cumulative work commissioned by the Global Buildings Performance Network, this report explores the mitigation potential from buildings in China, the European Commission, India and the United States.
This website portal contains the country-by-country compilation of the International Energy Agency's (IEA's) Energy Policy Reviews. These reports provide an annual overview of each country's energy consumption, energy intensity, and deployment.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy Technical Assistance Project for state and local officials, this webinar reviews best practice policies involving feed-in tariffs (FITs).
To help government and industry better understand how to substantively improve industrial efficiency performance, this report highlights best practices and policies that are successfully advancing the use of efficient industrial technologies across the world.
This report reviews the state of energy policy and use in each of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) countries in 2010, assessing their policy schemes, market trends, use trends, and efforts to deploy renewable energy technologies.
This report aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the bioenergy statistics, cover all aspects of bioenergy—supply, conversion and end use—and provide “rule of thumb” figures. It attempts to address issues of inconsistent data and lack of interrelations between all aspects of bioenergy.
This publication capitalizes on the experiences of UNIDO, GEF, UNEP and FAO in the field of sustainable biofuel development, and it builds on Global Assessments and Guidelines for Sustaina