This is the REN 21 Renewables Global Futures Report published in 2017 including views from 114 renowned energy experts from around the world, on the feasibility and challenges of achieving a 100% renewable energy future.
This report lays out the rationale behind the ongoing transition towards a universally accessible, affordable, and zero emissions energy system.
This report summarises the findings of two renewable energy surveys, one for individuals and the other for RE manufacturers. It includes findings on renewable energy awareness, levels of public acceptance, policy popularity and willingness to invest. [LINK]
This booklet is for offices, residential societies, individuals and institutions that are interested in installing or using RE technologies. It provides details on technology, cost, subsidy, space requirement, application market, etc, of 17 renewable energy solutions.
Enabling Women’s Development and Empowerment Through Access to Clean, Affordable, Sustainable Energy
This report presents the argument that increasing renewable energy deployment is beneficial for gender equality and womens rights.
This report demonstrates that bold action on climate change makes good business sense. Analysis of CDP data reveals that companies are already achieving good internal rate of returns from their low carbon investments. It also highlights that longer-term policy is needed to help companies do more.
This report provides a snapshot of current global trends in corporate demand for, and investment in, renewable power. Made up of case studies from RE100 corporate partners, the briefing showcases the most popular renewable power technologies, and which industries are the biggest investors with the best financial returns.
This report prepared by The Climate Group, in partnership with Goldman Sachs Center for Environmental Markets, is a flagship study that identifies promising off-grid energy business models in India with the greatest potential for scale-up.
This report presents evidence and facts that demystify some of the most popular myths about renewable energy relative to its economic viability, sustainability and technological reliability.