This report compares options in delivering energy efficiency services to customers through case studies of eight institutions.
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This report explores five options for fostering the voluntary purchase of renewable energy generation: community choice aggregation; community wind and solar programs; green power challenges and local collaborative electricity procurement; bulk purchasing of on-site systems; and reverse auctions
The online platform is intended to equip policymakers, building owners and managers, practitioners and other professionals with the tools and resources they need to create better buildings for better cities.
This report describes how the Republic of the Marshall Islands relies on imported petroleum products for 90% of its primary energy supply but is looking to increase the share of renewables in its energy mix and achieve 100% electrification by 2020.
This book describes how the traditional focus on energy savings as the main goal of energy efficiency policy has led to an underestimation of the full value of energy efficiency in both national and global economies.
Energy retrofits of existing buildings, specifically owner-occupied homes, is an understudied subject with large potential interest from both policy and practitioner perspectives.
Ghana is one of the pilot countries selected to benefit from the Scaling-Up Renewable Energy Programme (SREP) in Low Income Countries.
This paper assesses the low-carbon economy in Asia, including how large it is today and how well it will fare in the future.
This document provides a high-level map of pathways for municipal energy supply transformation that is structured around a three-step process for cities to identify a pathway forward: (1) map the city’s energy landscape, (2) identify available strategies and (3) organize for energy transformation
This report considers the objectives of the SE4ALL initiative in tandem with the goals of Nigeria’s national energy agenda, which prioritizes providing access to safe, reliable and affordable energy to citizens in both urban and rural areas.