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.
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This document builds on the first European Commission (EC) Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Guidance Document, which laid out the overarching framework and nomenclature for the entire lifecycle of geological sequestration activities, including its phases, main activities, and major reg
This workshop report provides a summary of the ideas that emerged from the Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) Berlin and the Florence School for Regulation informal workshop on 20 October 2011.
This report examines how Smart Grid deployment will effect utilities, equipment and service providers, and policymakers, and goes on to suggest how each group should respond to the immense challenges and yet great opportunities that Smart Grid brings to the electric grid system.
This short report overviews the Global Environment Facility's involvement in funding energy efficiency projects globally.
This report discusses the value of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies for developing countries and identifies financial approaches for CCS demonstration. It also addresses a major barrier of CCS development: high-capital cost and energy penalties.
This article discusses the potential for developing countries to generate revenue while also reducing emissions due to the decision to include carbon capture and storage (CCS) procedures in CDM project activities.
The Global Environment Facility has supported technologies including solar thermal heating, solar thermal power, off-grid and on-grid solar photovoltaic, wind power, small hydro power, geothermal power, and biomass in projects globally.
This report summarizes findings of assessment missions in Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Ukraine.
The Hands-On Energy Adaptation Toolkit (HEAT) is designed to aid countries and energy sector stakeholders in identifying climate change-related risks, developing policies and projects that are robust in the face of climatic uncertainties, and assisting in managing existing energy concerns as the