The authors of this paper argue that the breakdown in conventional policy labels represents an important shift in renewable electricity policy, one that policymakers, analysts, government officials and investors around the world need to better understand.
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This report describes energy efficiency trends in G20 countries based a set of homogeneous energy efficiency indicators. The indicators are designed to monitor changes in energy efficiency and to allow cross-country comparisons of various energy efficiency situations.
This report presents a novel overarching framework to help policymakers understand the evolution of renewable energy policy.
This report describes how efficient markets, served by successful private enterprises, can contribute significantly to expanding energy access and result in longer-lasting solutions.
The report begins with a brief description of the role of procurement within the green growth paradigm and an introduction to key concepts.
This guide provides local governments and urban leaders around the world with the background, guidance and tools needed to accelerate building efficiency action.
This paper both contributes to the theoretical literature on policy mixes and undertakes an empirical analysis of the current policy mixes in buildings efficiency policy in 14 European Union countries.
This report addresses the contributions bioenergy can offer to reduce the use of fossil fuels in cities. Seven European cities are included in the study, which demonstrates how bioenergy can be integrated into the urban energy system.
This report reviews what USAID and its partners have accomplished over six years.
This policy brief shows that the market access for aggregators is improving in some EU countries, while other countries are lagging. Often the regulatory frameworks are not supportive for demand response or participation of distributed renewable generation, according to the authors.