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.
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This guide explains in detail how farmers can easily implement cost-saving energy efficiency and renewable energy measures into their operations. Throughout the report, there are case studies of successful programs from around the country.
This report highlights China’s response to rapidly increasing pollution levels and the “greentech” progress made on the 12th five-year plan.
This website was created as a joint initiative between the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Maryland in order to develop new opportunities to train university students in the following interdisciplinary areas: (1) integrated assessment modeling; (2) technology strategi
This paper examines the inflationary effect of increasing diesel prices that is caused by subsidy reduction on the Indian economy. The author makes recommendations regarding pricing and taxation to address the subsidy reduction issues.
This report aims to provide a holistic understanding of India's energy sector and to describe the country's energy challenges and how they can affect India's economy and global economies.
This website provides access to the International Energy Agency’s annual Energy Efficient Market Report.
This database describes energy efficiency policies and measures in about 90 countries. Information was collected with surveys in about 50 countries and literature reviews in the remaining, which included national energy efficiency plans and other maintained databases.
National demand for transport fuel is increasing rapidly in Indonesia, resulting in rising demand for palm oil biodiesel, a domestic fuel. This pressure is seen as a problem with implications for both the economy and the environment by the government of Indonesia.
This briefing paper summarizes the relevant provisions of current EU and U.S. regulations, reviews what is publicly known about automakers' positions with respect to those provisions, and contributes an independent engineering perspective where relevant.