The China Renewable Energy Scale-up Program (CRESP) implemented a renewable energy policy and investment program with the aim of providing commercial renewable energy to the electric power market and replacing coal-fired generation.
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This report analyzes challenges of storage-readiness and explores considerations associated with the planning of saline reservoir storage developments.
This report analyzes the effect of pricing carbon and examines existing carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) initiatives and technology. The report also examines policy and legislation associated with CCS, summarizing legislative best practices.
This presentation reviews lessons learned from Kenya, the Philippines, Iceland, and other countries related to geothermal power. It includes key questions, barriers to development, and case studies. The presentation is a resource from the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP).
This presentation reviews the importance of energy efficiency and renewable energy in the context of electricity shortfalls.
This working paper analyses the evolution of peak load demand to 2050 in four key regions: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Europe, OECD North America, OECD Pacific and China.
This report maps the extent to which corporations in Brazil, China, India and South Africa are investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency. The authors suggests government policy and regulation are important drivers for investment.
This "information paper" is directed toward countries that are developing or considering developing near-term regulatory approaches to facilitate carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) demonstration efforts or need comprehensive regulatory frameworks for the large-scale deployment of CCS.
This report provides a detailed analysis of renewable energy certificates (RECs) and their use in India to drive renewable energy development.
This report compares the cost effectiveness of energy policies to promote use of renewable energy in the United States, the European Union, and Japan, with a focus on portfolio standards, tax credits, and cap and trade programs.