This paper offers a primer for local governments interested in investigating whether renewable energy development may be the right choice for brownfields in their communities.
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This report assesses changes in the European Commission energy labeling scheme through focus groups and reporting. The authors predict what effects the changes might have and suggest how to improve awareness and comprehension of the changes.
This publication examines many aspects of renewable energy in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). Many authors contributed to these in-depth examinations from many different viewpoints.
This report examines the role of information and communications technology (ICT) in smart grids and climate change mitigation.
This recorded webinar explores the energy access situation in Haiti and efforts underway to increase access there.
This briefing on investing in SE4All outlines the potential for large returns with resourceful investing and helpful policies. The market, barriers and challenges, investors and instruments, business models, the role of governments and donors, and next steps are the focal points covered.
This report offers best practices for overcoming several of the more common barriers to renewables deployment. Though they are not all-inclusive, the case studies illustrate situations that are prevalent around the world. Through their analysis, the authors offer keys to deployment.
The Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP), in collaboration with the Advisory Services of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), carried out a comprehensive training program on renewable energy for World Bank Group staff in 2012.
This report, as the 12th of its kind, gives a comprehensive overview of the state of renewable energy deployment throughout the European Commission. Technological advancements, deployment numbers, and socioeconomic factors are discussed within the context of each renewable energy technology.
This article in the the ICER Chronicle details a novel approach to a distributed solar tariff, called the “Value of Solar” tariff (“VOST”), which addresses important utility and customer issues, and offers some significant improvements over traditional net metering approaches.