This report presents the results and conclusions of research of two demand-side policy instruments that can help improve the environmental performance of cars: the feebate system and the scrappage policy.
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This paper is the first in a suite of reports. Paper one focuses on technological options for improving fuel efficiency of internal combustion engine (ICE)-powered road vehicles (passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, trucks and buses).
This proposed framework aims to define the strategic direction, objectives, role and commitment of IRENA for 2012-2015. It will guide the development and drafting of capacity building activities for IRENA work programmes.
This interactive tool enables you to compare the dynamic energy efficiency policies for new residential and commercial buildings. It reviews 25 best practice building energy efficiency codes, using 15 criteria developed with leading experts in the field.
This report provides a comprehensive review of the implications of non-harmonization of renewable energy sources (RES) support schemes for efficient realization of renewable targets. It reveals the range and divergence of opinion among European Member States.
This paper analyzes regulatory approaches to the demonstration and deployment of smart grids. Input for the paper was supported by an internal questionnaire distributed to CEER member and observer countries.
This report, which is based on research and quantitative analysis of global linkages “shows how meeting the world's growing demand for food and other agricultural products can be achieved while minimizing environmental impact”.
This report highlights two underutilized but fully implementable technologies that efficiently integrate heat and electricity systems, provide flexibility and enhance energy security.
This case study describes implementation of an energy management system that meets all requirements of ISO 50001 and Superior Energy Performance (SEP), a U.S. certification and recognition program for facilities demonstrating energy management excellence and sustained energy savings.