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This website offers a collection of reports produced under the European Smart Power Market Project.

Source: Climate Policy Initiative, Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Berlin
Date: September 2011

This database allows users to search for "good practice" reports specific to country, implementation level, sectoral issues, cross-sectoral issues, actors involved, and critical elements.

Source: Asia Pacific Forum for Environment and Development

The Asia Pacific Partnership (APP) on Clean Development and Climate Website enables users to view current and past APP clean energy projects in different countries around the world.

Source: Asia Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate

This resource serves to inform the reader how to design regulatory and policy environments that will be more economically and environmentally sustainable methods of supplying and utilizing energy in developing countries.

Source: United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Date: August 2011

This report builds on the earlier version of the global greenhouse gas (GHG) abatement database, conducted by McKinsey together with the Swedish utility, Vattenfall, in 2009.

Source: McKinsey & Company
Date: January 2009

This paper complements the International Energy Agency's 2011 report, "Deploying Renewables 2011: Best and Future Policy Practice" (, and is intended to provide an overview of the following

Source: International Energy Agency
Date: November 2011

This report provides an overview of the current state of solar electric technology in the United States.

Source: Interstate Renewable Energy Council
Date: October 2011

This report provides public data on United States solar installations by technology, state, and market sector.

Source: Interstate Renewable Energy Council
Date: June 2011

The primary mission of the Sustainable Energy Partnership for the Americas (SEPA) program is to support the development and use of sustainable energy technologies and services within the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (OAS) member states.

Source: Organization of American States Department of Sustainable Development

This website provides recent cost estimates for utility-scale and distributed generation renewable energy technologies in the United States. Estimates are available across capital costs, operations and maintenance costs, capacity factor, and levelized cost of energy.

Source: United States National Renewable Energy Laboratory