This study evaluates energy efficiency trends and policies in more than 70 countries.
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This handbook is intended for listing organizations, companies and institutions that are instrumental in the project development process.
CLASP is an international non-profit organization that accelerates worldwide implementation of best-in-class appliance energy efficiency policies via technical and market analysis, strategic policy advice, and collaboration.
This report explains for international regulators the role of renewable energy in the regulatory framework.
This 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 information on
This web-based database provides detailed project output documents from Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) projects. The database contains output documents from specific types of energy access, energy efficiency, and renewable energy programmes.
The authors of this report explore the possible role of institutional investment in renewable energy by addressing barriers to market entry and offering steps to alleviate these barriers and move forward with investments.
This report outlines renewable energy financing challenges on both the national and state levels in India. The review discusses available capital, equity, and the investment situation as well as the policy atmosphere that surrounds energy investment.
The authors of this report review advances in energy efficiency legislation and how it has played out in the market through the year 2011. The report follows 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations made in prior years by the International Energy Agency.
This paper offers a commercial solution to the energy access challenge. According to the authors, a significant proportion of the estimated 1.3 billion people (about 300 million households) around the world living without access to basic levels of modern energy services can be reached by 2030.