This study provides recommended actions for government and policymakers, fueling stations, gas producers, vehicle manufacturers and dealers and research institutions to develop a harmonized approach to expand market development and fully realize the benefits of natural gas and biomethane in the
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This roadmap establishes a “big picture” vision for the plug-in vehicle industry; sets approximate, feasible goals and milestones; and identifies the steps to achieve them. The roadmap also outlines action items for different stakeholders.
This report recommends actions for achieving deep energy savings from the residential building sector and generating a range of economic, environmental and social opportunities.
This recorded webinar examines the SmartSacramento smart grid project. A U.S. Department of Energy grant awarded to California’s Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) in 2009 has helped fund more than 40 SmartSacramento smart grid initiatives and R&D projects.
This study explains the nature of investor demand for clean energy bond finance in the United States. It examines what institutional investors need—their demand characteristics—to purchase these new financial instruments and make them part of a sound investment portfolio.
This report summarizes key forces driving transformation in the power sector around the world, presents a framework for evaluating decisions regarding extent and pace of change, and defines pathways for transformation.
This report places the smart grids concept in the context of Sub-Saharan African, shifting the focus towards the facilitation of just access.
This article details the case of Italy, which in the course of 10 years outfitted more than 85% of homes with smart meters--the highest percentage in the world. The article focuses on the technology partners, utility leadership, and policies that supported this transformation.
The authors of this paper argue that the breakdown in conventional policy labels represents an important shift in renewable electricity policy, one that policymakers, analysts, government officials and investors around the world need to better understand.
This report describes energy efficiency trends in G20 countries based a set of homogeneous energy efficiency indicators. The indicators are designed to monitor changes in energy efficiency and to allow cross-country comparisons of various energy efficiency situations.