Planning for a low carbon future. Low carbon growth country studies program: lessons learned from seven country studies
1st November 2012
Topic(s): Energy efficiency, Renewables, Economics
To address this dual challenge of facing climate change and reducing poverty, the World Bank’s Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) has provided support to its developing country clients since 2007 to analyse the opportunities for low carbon growth. This report reviews the first group of seven low carbon development country studies conducted with support from ESMAP, most of which were completed in 2010. It attempts to distil the lessons learned from this work to help inform future studies while also providing an overview of the policy conclusions that have emerged.
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