This report describes the steps Oregon is taking to coordinate activities and develop processes to facilitate successful, widespread deployment of plug-in vehicles and electric vehicle supply equipment.
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This case study highlights the efforts of leaders in Raleigh, North Carolina to pave the way for successful deployment of plug-in vehicles and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) infrastructure.
This case study describes Los Angeles, California's efforts and successes in deploying plug-in vehicles and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) infrastructure.
This website provides data and trends related to alternative fuels and vehicles. Here, policymakers, entrepreneurs, fuel users and other parties can find information about vehicle and infrastructure deployment, fuel use, vehicle availability, and other data.
This document presents the ICER response to a public inquiry by the European Commission on the external dimension of the European Union (EU) energy policy. It addresses questions concerning the appropriate role of the EU in international and cross-border exchanges in the energy market.
This book is a “unified, consistent and comprehensive treatment of the theories and practicalities of regulation in modern power-supply systems,” according to the publisher.
This recorded webinar presents on the Global Wind Energy Council’s recently released Global Wind Report—Annual Market Update 2013. In the webinar, GWEC Secretary General Steve Sawyer presents some of the report’s key findings and his views on where the global wind industry is heading.
This recorded webinar examined the role of energy-saving targets and regulatory measures in renovation policy packages. Webinar participants discussed the importance of energy-saving targets and how they drive energy renovations.
This report examines the value-creation potential of solar and wind power as an important first step for continuing research and analysis.
This report describes problems that occured at the sites where ethanol buses were demonstrated within the BioEthanol for Sustainable Transport (BEST) project and how they were solved.