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This report assesses policy measures used to increase fuel efficiency and reduce emissions, including standards, fiscal incentives, behavioral changes, and technology development. It provides an overview of the incentives and disincentives for each type of policy measure.

Source: United Nations
Date: May 2011

This tool, originally developed by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), allows users to simulate and analyze conventional, advanced, light, and heavy vehicles, including hybrid electric and fuel cell vehicles.

Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Date: April 2012

This study on Poland is part of the World Bank’s series of low-carbon growth studies. It poses the question of how Poland can transition to a low-emissions economy as successfully as it underwent transition to a market economy in the early 1990s.

Source: The World Bank, Energy Sector Management Assistance Program
Date: February 2011

This report argues that green growth can meet the challenge of promoting economic growth while not irreversibly depleting natural resources and the environment.

Source: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
Date: January 2012

This report examines the progress Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation countries on the two energy initiatives laid out in APEC's 2007 Sydney Declaration: 1) facilitate and review progress through the voluntary APEC Energy Peer Review Mechanism and 2) work towards achieving an APEC‐wide goal of a r

Source: Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre
Date: June 2010

The authors of this report review advances in energy efficiency legislation and how it has played out in the market through the year 2011. The report follows 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations made in prior years by the International Energy Agency.

Source: International Energy Agency
Date: April 2012

The Clean Energy Ministerial's Electric Vehicle Initiative has partnered with other organizations to create the World Electric Vehicle (EV) Cities and Ecosystems portal.

Source: Clean Energy Ministerial, International Energy Agency (IEA), Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), University of California - Davis
Date: December 2012

This report finds that in order to stabilize the global temperature at an acceptable level, USD 34 billion of additional public funding is required to stimulate private capital for green investments.

Source: World Economic Forum
Date: January 2013

The authors of this report review how performance standards and economic regulations can drive vehicle markets to great increases in fuel efficiency. Effective policy design and implementation are at the heart of this report, and best practices are found throughout.

Source: ClimateWorks Foundation
Date: June 2012

This tool provides very detailed cost estimates for a variety of clean energy technologies in the United States. It covers generation, fuel, and vehicle technologies. Estimates presented include capital costs, feedstock costs, levelized cost of energy, and levelized cost of fuel.

Source: OpenEI
Date: June 2012