This paper analyzes two case studies of low-carbon technologies: hybrid electric vehicles and coal-fired power generation using integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) technology.
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The Institute seeks to help communities make better use of the empty seats in existing cars, vans, and buses (and so reduce the amount of traffic and therefore also reduce the excess consumption of energy, greenhouse gas emissions, the number of traffic accidents, the negative health impacts, th
This website provides a listing of all projects supported by the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP).
This tool provides public access to current data about bus rapid transit systems around the world, including data for the design, performance, and cost of these systems. The database can be filtered by location or indicator..
This analysis evaluates several local funding options for public transportation system improvements. Using eight criteria, the author evaluates 18 potential funding options. The evaluation finds that there are no particularly cost effective or easy-to-implement funding options.
This report evaluates transportation policy and project evaluation practices with a view to making them more multi-modal and comprehensive. The author finds that conventional transport planning has been mobility-based but recommends it should instead be accessibility-based.
This is the first in a series of three briefs on behavior change and communication strategies to successfully promote clean cooking technologies. Proposed strategies include message content, delivery channels and mechanisms to promote trust.
This report describes how the Republic of the Marshall Islands relies on imported petroleum products for 90% of its primary energy supply but is looking to increase the share of renewables in its energy mix and achieve 100% electrification by 2020.
This paper assesses the low-carbon economy in Asia, including how large it is today and how well it will fare in the future.
According to this report, the greatest efficiency gains have been led by policy and the greatest untapped potential lie where policy is absent or inadequate. It focuses on progress made in China. The report demonstrates the central role of policy in driving energy efficiency.