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.
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This paper describes current carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology, its capacity to address emissions reductions, and challenges associated with the technology.
This working paper is one in a series focused on key innovations and challenges of the Clean Technology Fund. It analyses the investment plans that the Fund has endorsed to date and makes the case for greater emphasis on institutional capacity and governance in program design.
This report analyses institutional models and practices that have proved effective in promoting energy efficiency (EE) investments.
This report summarizes the proceedings of a roundtable with the following objectives: 1) to learn from Japan’s experience with energy efficiency, such as the importance of regulatory and the institutional frameworks and sectoral approaches; 2) to discover ways that global or regional experiences
This report analyzes challenges of storage-readiness and explores considerations associated with the planning of saline reservoir storage developments.
This presentation reviews lessons learned from Kenya, the Philippines, Iceland, and other countries related to geothermal power. It includes key questions, barriers to development, and case studies. The presentation is a resource from the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP).
This issue brief considers six projects that are using resources from one or all of these sources: The Global Environment Facility (GEF), carbon finance, and the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) (who constitute the bulk of dedicated funding for low-carbon development), in combination with development
This report maps the extent to which corporations in Brazil, China, India and South Africa are investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency. The authors suggests government policy and regulation are important drivers for investment.
This report discusses the importance of developing a "portfolio approach" as a workable solution for carbon-dependent and restrained countries.