This paper assesses the effectiveness of the Tokyo Cap-and-Trade Program based on data obtained from 1,300 facilities covered by the programme and surveys of facility owners from the first compliance phase of the programme.
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By collaborating with local stakeholders, the Worldwatch Institute has produced sustainable energy roadmaps for several countries and world regions.
This publication examines the sectors, technologies and policy measures that will be central in the transition to a low-carbon energy system.
This website contains information on more than 800 clean energy policies around the world. It is searchable by policy name, geography, mechanism and status with subsector impacts noted per policy.
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.
The Integrated Model to Access the Global Environment (IMAGE) is an ecological-environmental framework that simulates the environmental consequences of human activities worldwide.
This document provides 25 best practices and policy recommendations for energy efficiency in different sectors, including buildings, appliances, lighting, transport, industry, utilities.
This paper identifies barriers to energy efficiency in energy-intensive, small-scale industry (SSI) clusters in India. The field data from the foundry cluster in Belgaum and the brick and tile cluster in Karnataka are reviewed.
This paper finds that the poor energy and environmental performance of small-scale industries (SSIs) in India is directly related to a lack of technical capacity.