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    Report on the nationally determined contributions survey conducted by the Nairobi Framework Partnership in 2016

    United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, 2017
    Countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean urgently need financial support to green their power sectors and thereby implement their national climate action plans under the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
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    Meeting India's renewable energy targets: the financing challenge

    Climate Policy Initiative, 2012
    This paper analyses the challenges for designing Indian national policy to attract investment in wind and solar energy at a reasonable cost. It also examines the impact of national and state policies on various classes of renewable energy investors, as well as the overall relative costs or benefits of policies on the final cost of renewable energy projects.
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    International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

    The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) promotes the widespread and increased adoption and the sustainable use of all forms of renewable energy.
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    Energy [r]evolution: a sustainable India energy outlook

    Greenpeace International, 2012
    This paper is the result of a collaborative effort between Greenpeace, the European Renewal Energy Council and the Global Wind Energy Council. It presents a roadmap to attain a sustainable energy sector in India that ensures continued high economic growth.
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    Governing clean development in least developed countries: do CDM rules promote renewable energy in Ethiopia?

    Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, 2012
    The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) has mobilised significant investment in renewable energy technology around the world. Yet there is a pressing need to reform CDM rules to incentivise renewable energy investment in low-income countries, this paper concludes. The theoretical approach of this study to analysing climate governance processes is grounded in sociological institutionalism.
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    Water for electricity: resource scarcity, climate change and business in a finite world

    Stockholm Environment Institute, 2012
    This report examines the potential impact of low carbon electricity generation technologies on water resources and how these water considerations might shape renewable generation choices. The report argues that water requirements for power generation depend on generation technology, type of cooling technology used in thermoelectric power generation and electricity demand itself.
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    Household cookstoves, environment, health, and climate change: a new look at an old problem

    World Bank, 2011
    In many developing countries, the poor are still using biomass energy to meet their household cooking needs. This report examines the lessons learned from cookstove campaigns, policies and programmes and the potential of advanced biomass cookstoves as 'game changers'.
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    Industrial energy efficiency and climate change mitigation

    Springerlink, 2008
    This paper discusses the potential contribution of industrial energy-efficiency technologies and policies to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The article provides a review of the trends, opportunities, and policy options to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the industrial sector.
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    SMART 2020: enabling the low carbon economy in the information age

    The Climate Group, 2008
    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) has increased productivity and supported economic growth across the globe. But what impact does ICT have on climate change? This report attempts to quantify the direct emissions from ICT products and services based on expected growth and looks at where ICT could enable significant reductions of emissions in other sectors of the economy.
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    Low-carbon energy projects for development in sub-Saharan Africa. Unveiling the potential, addressing the barriers

    The World Bank Carbon Finance Unit, 2008
    This study aims to evaluate sub-Saharan Africa’s potential for clean energy projects under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol. It also looks at the technical opportunities available and discusses how sub-Saharan Africa’s clean energy project potential can be unlocked.

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