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This website is a resource platform for local governments to find possible low emission development solutions for their cities. It contains sectoral and cross-sectoral packages of activities, and it is structured along local government responsibilities and spheres of influence.

Source: Solutions Gateway
Date: April 2015

This report describes how the development of energy service markets plays a crucial role in increasing energy access worldwide.

Source: EU Energy Initiative - Partnership Dialogue Facility (EUEI PDF)
Date: December 2014

The report begins with a brief description of the role of procurement within the green growth paradigm and an introduction to key concepts.

Source: International Institute for Sustainable Development
Date: October 2012

This guide provides local governments and urban leaders around the world with the background, guidance and tools needed to accelerate building efficiency action.

Source: World Resources Institute
Date: May 2016

This report addresses the contributions bioenergy can offer to reduce the use of fossil fuels in cities. Seven European cities are included in the study, which demonstrates how bioenergy can be integrated into the urban energy system.

Source: World Bioenergy Association
Date: June 2016

This document describes opportunities developed by the U.S.

Source: Council on Climate Preparedness and Resilience

This website provides a platform for sharing data, visualizations and analytical tools that are relevant to the energy sector.

Source: World Bank Group

This presentation details the potential for renewable energy and solar PV for the real estate sector in Ghana.

Source: Chartered Building and Civil Engineering Contractors (Ghana), made available through GIZ
Date: January 2016

This document describes several programs in the renewable energy sector, including the Biogas Programme for the Animal Husbandry Sector in Viet Nam, the Wonder Women programme in Indonesia, as well as efforts in The Philippines and Indonesia.

Source: International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)