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This publication examines the sectors, technologies and policy measures that will be central in the transition to a low-carbon energy system.

Source: International Energy Agency
Date: November 2016

This working paper undertakes econometric analysis to assess the impacts of climate mitigation policies and the quality of the investment environment on investment and innovation in renewable power in OECD and G20 countries.

Source: OECD Publishing
Date: May 2017

This paper studied the relationship of water use for agricultural purposes in 154 countries and their economic development.

Source: Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences
Date: January 2016

The research summarized in this report is expected to help development professionals better understand how electricity utilities can increase the labor market participation of women in the energy sector.

Source: USAID
Date: January 2016

This report highlights the paths—in some cases accelerated—that the European Union, United States and other “solar-friendly” countries have chosen to reach their goals of growing the solar market, combatting climate change and creating jobs and economic opportunities through 2020.

Source: Solar Trade Associations from Around the World
Date: December 2010

This paper provides a general background on utility-scale geothermal power and seeks to teach the readers a basic understanding of geothermal power, as well as build a solid foundation for further understanding of the technical, economic and policy dimensions of geothermal power worldwide.

Source: Renewable Energy Policy Project
Date: December 2003

This paper synthesizes findings from technology mapping studies of the renewable energy supply, residential and commercial buildings and transport sectors. The objective of the mapping studies was to identify key climate-mitigation technologies and associated goods.

Source: International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, University of Warwick
Date: May 2010

This paper describes current carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology, its capacity to address emissions reductions, and challenges associated with the technology.

Source: United Kingdom Library of Parliament
Date: March 2006

This report, an annual global review of project development and its drivers, serves as a reference point for the broader carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) community in understanding the "state of play" in the development of CCS activities and projects globally.

Source: Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute
Date: April 2011

This report examines key financial, investment and technological trends related to clean energy in the world's leading economies, the Group of Twenty (G-20).

Source: PEW Charitable Trusts, The Clean Energy Economy
Date: March 2011