This report explores potential for urban communities to scale-up renewables by 2030, based on estimated energy use in 3,649 cities around the world. The authors find that every city has massive potential to cost-effectively boost renewable energy use at the local level.
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This book steps into the new world of broad-scale and locally relevant policy experimentation. Chapters focus on the political economy of clean energy transition and emphasize specific issues encountered in both developed and developing countries.
This paper explores the extent of alignment between the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and climate agendas in a concrete way—by demonstrating that climate actions communicated in the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement have the potential to generate mutua
This Clean Energy Canada website provides users with a list of public and private initiatives in place to support clean energy technologies.
This tool is an analytical job calculator for the U.S. power sector.
This brochure demonstrates the actions being undertaken by the European Commission to raise the public and political awareness of distributed generation and the associated research and technological development (RTD) activities financed by the European Union.
This database provides energy information for countries throughout the world, including Africa; the Baltic States, Central Europe, and Eastern Europe; Latin America and the Caribbean; the Middle East; Russia and FSU; South Asia; South East Asia; and the Pacific Region.
In accordance with the reporting requirements set out in the 2009 Directive on Renewable Energy, the European Commission every two years publishes a Renewable Energy Progress Report.
This international database facilitates the development of new small hydro projects of more than 50 kilowatts and less than 10 megawatts installed capacity.
This roadmap shows how a doubling of the global renewable energy share can be achieved by 2030 at negligible additional costs with actual net savings.