China has continued to be the world’s dominant force in the building and financing of clean energy technology globally in 2017, according to a report published by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).

Energy consumption in Southeast Asia has doubled in just over two decades. With annual economic growth exceeding 4%, the region can expect energy demand to rise further in the years ahead.

For more than two decades, the European Union (EU) has been at the forefront of global renewable energy deployment. This preview for policy makers outlines the EU’s potential to meet increasingly ambitious renewable energy targets.

This study analyses the prospective impact of renewable energy deployment, along with recently mandated changes to power plant cooling systems, on water use in India’s electricity sector.

Massive flows of finance are needed to accelerate renewable energy investments. More investment in renewables would reduce energy-related carbon emissions, a key element in efforts to limit global warming.

Renewable energy has emerged as an increasingly competitive way to meet new power generation needs.

This guidebook documents the experiences and lessons learned from developing 12 pilot mini-grid systems for off-grid energy access in Myanmar. Unelectrified rural communities typically located 10 kilometers from

Road transport accounts for about one-fifth of global greenhouse gas emissions and these are growing rapidly, particularly in developing countries.

China’s district heat network is the world’s largest. In 2015, it consumed more energy than the entire United Kingdom.

New analysis of India’s coal power tariff data shows that replacing the most expensive coal power plants with electricity generated by solar photovoltaic’s (PV) and wind can save discoms and consumers up to 54,000 crores ($8.3 billion) annually.

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