This paper reviews deployed renewable energy in India, the economic potential of renewables and barriers to project development.
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This paper describes current carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology, its capacity to address emissions reductions, and challenges associated with the technology.
This report compares the potential and cost of three national policies (renewable energy quota or REQ, public benefit fund, and clean development mechanism) to address accessibility, affordability, and import dependence issues in Ghana.
This report assesses the need for energy services in least-developed countries, developing countries, emerging economies, and developed countries, as well as barriers and classes of policies to address them. Examples of forward looking policies in developing countries are presented.
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.
This white paper defines the vision, policy principles and strategic goals and objectives for promoting and implementing renewable energy in South Africa.
This handbook has been written to assist energy efficiency (EE) practitioners, government officials and stakeholders in establishing effective EE governance structures for their country and developing comprehensive and effective governance mechanisms.
This report presents a review of the existing energy efficiency (EE) institutional arrangements in Central, South and South-East Asia and includes a presentation of good practices and case studies of some national and international EE institutions.
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.
This article focuses on carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) developments in China.