This chart is a reproduction of this chart from EEI that has been used to suggest that EPA's regulatory
An update from the International Anti-Corruption Conference.
The low-carbon energy imperative
Among the issues domestic and international policymakers must address in combating climate change is how to deploy and diffuse current low-carbon technologies in developing countries.
The under-served rural Indian market offers opportunities for investors to support the sustainable energy solutions of the future.
Could a major industrialized country be powered entirely by renewable energy? Germany wants to be the first to try.
Wind power is a nascent industry in the United States, but has the potential to spur job creation. Several studies show that wind power creates more jobs than power generation from fossil fuels.
SBA Hydro is just one of the many companies starting to bring clean energy to India’s rural poor.
The electricity sector lies at the nexus of two urgent global imperatives: powering economic activities and livelihoods and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the use of fossil fuels. The international community is looking
WRI’s Davida Wood answers questions on the current situation in Kyrgyzstan and its link to electricity governance.
Water-related risks are receiving more attention than in the past, yet the connection to power sector development is not well understood by investors, governments, and companies in South and Southeast Asia. This report presents a framework for investors and analysts to
South Africa's plans for a new coal power plant bring up difficult decisions for the World Bank.
Leaders must overcome the mistrust that has characterized recent U.S.-India relations on climate change and energy.
WRI submitted comments to the US Treasury on key issues the World Bank must address during its World Bank Energy Strategy review.
The market potential for energy savings companies (ESCOs) in India is great, yet barriers still stand in the way of the industry's growth.
In the Southeast from 1997 to 2006, total fossil fuel consumption increased approximately 14 percent, outpacing the national average rate of 5 percent growth.
Energy efficiency is significantly cheaper than producing electricity with new power plants (see chart) and offers additional economic and environmental benefits.
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This chart shows near-term energy efficiency potential in the Southeast, compared to DOE projections for electricity consumption through 2015.
In India, Energy Service Companies and local governments are teaming up to increase energy efficiency and save money.
This week's first-ever CIF Partnership Forum must ensure that new Clean Technology Funds will help developing countries quickly transition to zero-carbon technologies.