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This review of 32 of the largest photovoltaic (PV) programs in the United States demonstrates that many different mechanisms to encourage system performance are being employed across the country.

Source: Clean Energy States Alliance, United States Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Date: November 2006

This report reviews energy policies promoting distributed generation (DG), renewable energy sources (RES) and policy and market instruments in the European Union (EU)-15 Member States. Specifically, the report focuses on feed-in tariffs and net metering.

Source: European Commission
Date: May 2007

This book documents the broad range of policy measures to stimulate efficient lighting that have been implemented in various locations across the globe and suggests new ways these could be strengthened to prevent light’s labour’s from being lost.

Source: International Energy Agency
Date: January 2006

This report analyses institutional models and practices that have proved effective in promoting energy efficiency (EE) investments.

Source: World Bank
Date: October 2008

This report catalogs by sector--buildings, transportation, industrial and power--energy efficiency policies at the U.S. federal, state and local levels and identifies some prominent policy trends.

Source: United States National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Date: December 2009

This report frames issues that policymakers should consider in order to achieve safe and efficient carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) development. It addresses technological, regulatory, ownership, stewardship, and commercial considerations.

Source: Carnegie Mellon University, Vermont Law School, VanNess Feldman, University of Minnesota
Date: January 2009

This journal article evaluates approaches taken by several U.S. states—in coordination with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)—toward geological sequestration (GS) of carbon dioxide.

Source: Carnegie Mellon University, University of Minnesota Center for Science, Technology, and Public Policy
Date: March 2009

This report frames the opportunities for efficiency improvements to coal-fired power plants (CFPPs) assuming the lower-performing CFPPs in each online-year group ought to be able to do as well as the better performing plants.

Source: United States National Energy Technology Laboratory
Date: July 2008

This six-volume report details the key drivers that affect private entities in the United States as they consider investing in baseload generation capacity.

Source: United States National Energy Technology Laboratory, ICF International
Date: January 2010

This report analyses the connection between government clean energy spending and various measures of economic health.

Source: United Nations, Management Information Services, Inc.
Date: January 2009