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This report provides updates on auctions as a mechanism for price discovery and market development. Chapter 1 gives the highlights of renewable energy auctions held or announced in 2016. Chapter 2 reviews the main trends and analyses the evolution of prices resulting from auctions.

Source: International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

From the executive summary: “This study indicates there are major challenges ahead for Ethiopia to finance its response to climate change. The national Climate Resilient Green Economy strategy has called for annual spending of USD 7.5 billion to respond to climate change.

Source: Overseas Development Institute
Date: June 2014

​This paper explores the role of DG, with a high renewable energy contribution, in supporting low emission climate-resilient development.

Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Date: September 2016

This paper is part of Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) Energy Finance’s work-stream on market design and incorporates work already published as part of the Energy Transitions Commission, and new concepts presented as part of the Eurelectric Market Design 2050 program, among others.

Source: Climate Policy Initiative
Date: September 2017

This report was delivered to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to support its investigation of technological and regulatory changes in the electricity sector in the Commission’s PowerForward initiative.

Source: Rocky Mountain Institute
Date: January 2018

This report provides a meta-analysis of numerous existing studies, reports, and analyses to support an objective assessment of the efficacy of time-based rates and demand charge rates for mass-market customers.

Source: Rocky Mountain Institute
Date: May 2016

Renewable energy has become the least-expensive energy choice in many parts of the world, leading to a powerful feedback cycle and growth. This report explores enabling policy environments, market factors, regulatory factors, and contractual factors.

Source: Agora Energiewende