This report showcases a methodology to evaluate the performance of different public finance mechanisms and their suitability for replication in other applications, policy contexts, and geographies across the clean energy continuum.
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This report provides a roadmap for smart grid deployment for policymakers, describing key aspects and benefits of smart grid technologies, identifying key steps to attain smart grid deployment goals, and developing policy pathways for reaching those goals.
This report assesses the greenhouse gas (GHG) emission trends from the transport sector and compares them to worldwide GHG emission trends as a whole. The report further breaks down the GHG emissions data from the transportation sector by nation.
Internationally, policymakers and grid operators have unique local priorities that drive the deployment of smart grids. Understanding how these priorities shape the real-world impact of smart grids is of key importance to all stakeholders.
This report, as the 12th of its kind, gives a comprehensive overview of the state of renewable energy deployment throughout the European Commission. Technological advancements, deployment numbers, and socioeconomic factors are discussed within the context of each renewable energy technology.
This report examines the complex process of transforming power systems. It offers evidence for power system transformation by providing a collection of empirical examples of the types of innovations that are emerging worldwide.
The aims of this roadmap is to identify in detail priority areas for action with regard to energy storage, specify activities for international cooperation among different stakeholders and provide a framework to monitor progress.
This webinar presents the status, key areas for international collaboration in building energy code implementation and compliance, and the experience of code implementation in China, France and the United States.
This commentary explores the challenge of climate change for building regulation based on long-term, personal observations of U.S. building regulatory systems intended to safeguard the public.
The objective of this study is to identify (1) how renewable power-to-gas technologies might contribute to the decarbonisation of the non-individual transport sector, (2) the possible limitations on electricity supply and (3) the policy instruments that would most efficiently support market uptak