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This report presents a novel overarching framework to help policymakers understand the evolution of renewable energy policy.

Source: IEA-RETD (Renewable Energy Technology Deployment)
Date: March 2016

This report describes how efficient markets, served by successful private enterprises, can contribute significantly to expanding energy access and result in longer-lasting solutions.

Source: Global Village Energy Partnership (GVEP) International
Date: December 2014

The report begins with a brief description of the role of procurement within the green growth paradigm and an introduction to key concepts.

Source: International Institute for Sustainable Development
Date: October 2012

This discussion paper aims to contribute to the development of an integrated science-based set of indicators to monitor progress towards sustainable consumption and production (SCP) patterns that support achievement of the sustainable development goals (SDGs).

Source: International Institute for Sustainable Development , Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, United Nations Environment Programme
Date: March 2015

This issue brief describes the variation across U.S. households in the effects of a carbon pricing policy.

Source: World Resources Institute

This report analyzes the rise and fall of the U.S. model of a growth-focused YieldCo with a view towards creating successor instruments that can overcome its shortcomings to sustainably deliver low-cost capital that can drive large-scale renewable energy deployment in the long term.

Source: Climate Policy Initiative
Date: June 2016

This pair of linked reports explores the scientific, technical economic, and policy opportunities for renewable energy technologies to address Africa’s electricity generation shortfall and tackle the challenge of energy poverty.

Source: Oxfam
Date: January 2017

This brief quantifies air pollution and climate change externalities related to fossil fuels, along with the extent these can be reduced with higher uptake of renewables.

Source: International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)