This report released by REN21 Secretariat, shows that governments need to give a much harder push to renewables in all sectors, It advocates for the establishment of renewable shares as key performance indicators for both private and public decision-making processes as well as key measures for progress towards climate and energy goals

The report analyzes all new policies and measures related to energy production and consumption approved by the G7 and other nations invited to attend the 2021 G7 Leaders' Summit (Australia, Canada, France, India, Italy, Japan, Germany, Republic of Korea, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States) between the beginning of the COVID-

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) released its draft energy policy, which states that the institution “will not finance any new coal-fired capacity for power and heat generation or any facilities associated with new coal generation. ADB’s new policy to stop coal financing is a long-delayed and incremental move.

Buildings are the most prominent feature of most cities, occupying large areas to provide homes and services for residents. Buildings are also among the biggest users of energy and contribute substantially to greenhouse gas emissions.

The energy transition in cities promises to transform the urban environment, with impacts that extend well beyond the energy sector. It will shape transport, buildings, land use and a host of other sectors.

Cities are critical to the global energy transition. The most visible energy transitions today occur in major cities. With their comparatively large revenue bases, big cities have the regulatory frameworks and infrastructure to scale up renewables and meet emission reduction targets.

The report provides a detailed overview of India's solar and wind policies over the last decade, both at the Central and state level. It assesses renewable energy (RE) policies of eight RE-rich states and three RE-deficit states.

Rooftop solar (RTS) photovoltaic (PV) interventions are an attractive and promising energy ventures for developers, entrepreneurs, financial institutions, consumers, and electricity distribution utilities in India.

Is India's 'green recovery' green enough? IEEFA and IISD's new report shows the government’s stimulus is a ‘mixed bag’ for the country’s energy transition.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) regularly conducts in-depth peer reviews of the energy policies of its member countries. This process supports energy policy development and encourages the exchange of international best practices and experiences.

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