The key objective of this SDG 7 roadmap is to assist the Government of Georgia to develop enabling policy measures to achieve the SDG 7 targets. This roadmap contains a matrix of technological options and enabling policy measures for the Government to consider.

This report shows that the transformation needed to meet the Paris Agreement goals and reach net zero emissions by mid-century can be largely driven by the coupled decarbonization of the power and the transport sectors.

If ASEAN is to support the achievement of the SDG 7 target to double the rate of energy intensity improvement, much more aggressive measures are needed than the path set by current policies. Enabling all of these SDG 7 objectives is investment in clean energy, which is falling well short of required levels.

A new IEEFA report recommends increasing competition in the development of intra-state transmission infrastructure, to speed up deployment of renewable energy in India.

Regulatory Indicators for Sustainable Energy (RISE) 2020 monitors and assesses policy and regulatory support for sustainable energy to promote energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy while expanding access to electricity and clean cooking fuels.

The heating sector makes up 10% of the United Kingdom’s carbon footprint, and residential homes account for a majority of demand.

The heating sector makes up 10% of the United Kingdom’s carbon footprint, and residential homes account for a majority of demand.

This report examines the opportunity to enhance cross-border power grid connectivity in North-East Asia.

The Climate Change Performance Index 2021 shows that a global tuning point might be close, especially regarding worldwide emissions. None of the countries surveyed are on a path compatible with the Paris Agreement goals.

The CCPI analyzes and compares climate protection across 57 countries (plus EU as a whole) with the highest emissions. Together these countries account for 90 percent of global emissions.

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