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This brief quantifies air pollution and climate change externalities related to fossil fuels, along with the extent these can be reduced with higher uptake of renewables.

Source: International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

This self-paced course was developed for social development and energy specialists, policymakers, practitioners and members of civil society interested in learning about the linkages between gender equality and energy using recent research, data and country-level experiences.

Source: Energy Sector Management Assistance Program
Date: January 2017

​This paper explores the role of DG, with a high renewable energy contribution, in supporting low emission climate-resilient development.

Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Date: September 2016

The report presents an approach to help international financial institutions deliver on their mandates to increase economic productivity and meet environmental and social objectives while lowering energy use from fossil fuel sources.

Source: Climate Policy Initiative
Date: March 2017

This annual IPEEC report presents the organization’s energy efficiency accomplishments in the areas of appliances and equipment, buildings, industry, power and transport.

Source: International Partnership for Energy Efficiency (IPEEC)

This report begins examines the role of electricity access in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), and it provides a snapshot of the status of electricity access based on the recent Global Tracking Framework Data.

Source: The World Bank

This brief provides an overview of the gender dimensions of planning and building large-scale renewable energy infrastructure, such as hydropower and geothermal plants, solar arrays and wind parks generating 10 megawatts or more.

Source: United States Agency International Develpment
Date: May 2018

This issue brief lays out the objectives and principles that the authors says should guide consideration of new rate design structures for better integrating and valuing distributed energy resources.

Source: Advanced Energy Economy
Date: January 2018

This report provides a meta-analysis of numerous existing studies, reports, and analyses to support an objective assessment of the efficacy of time-based rates and demand charge rates for mass-market customers.

Source: Rocky Mountain Institute
Date: May 2016

The IPCC Low Energy Demand scenario requires significant efficiency gains in the use of energy. This report aims to describe how nations can increase their understanding of efficiency, invest in it and project a vision forward.

Source: International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation
Date: January 2019