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The Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF) Incentives Registry is a global registry of commercial, fiscal, and market-making incentives used to promote the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology and projects as well as policy measures countries used to support CCS.
This book explores how efficiency is measured and reported at coal-fired power plants.
This information paper complements the International Energy Agency's 2011 report, "Deploying Renewables 2011: Best and Future Policy Practice" (http://www.iea.org/w/bookshop/add.aspx?id=414), and is intended to provide more detailed inf
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.
10 Questions to Ask about Electricity Tariffs attempts to capture some of the critical dimensions of tariff determination, primarily in regulated markets.
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 public-private roundtable summarized on this web page describes how an accelerated rate of innovation and change is placing the 20th century models of electricity delivery under pressure.
This report summarizes the Next-Generation Wind and Solar Power study, which was carried out by the International Energy Agency (IEA) as part of its Grid Integration of Variable Renewables (GIVAR) programme.
This publication provides an overview of the activities and recent accomplishments of technology collaboration programmes (TCPs). The 39 TCPs in operation involve about 6,000 experts from government, industry and research organizations in 51 countries.