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Developing clean energy solutions in Latin America's major cities. An introduction for subnational energy policy decision - makers

By: Carbon Trust.
Contributor(s): Salmeri, Micol | Wedgwood, Paul | Rugg, Richard | Aiello, Roberto | Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
Publisher: [London]: IBD, Carbon Trust, 2017Description: 50 p. ilus.Subject(s): Sector Energético | Desarrollo Sostenible | Eficiencia Energética | Planificación Energética | América LatinaDDC classification: 333.79 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online
Contents:
2) The context: sustainable energy in major cities. Promoting sustainable energy is key in major cities in Latin America. Some key challenges faced by major cities. Opportunities to save energy in Latin America’s major cities. 3) Energy and climate planning in major cities: six building blocks. Legal, policy, and regulatory structures. Governance for city-wide planning and implementation. Building capacity for project prioritisation. Stakeholder engagement. Financing and delivery models. Resilience to natural hazards and city energy systems. 4) Conclusions and look ahead.
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2) The context: sustainable energy in major cities. Promoting sustainable energy is key in major cities in Latin America. Some key challenges faced by major cities. Opportunities to save energy in Latin America’s major cities. 3) Energy and climate planning in major cities: six building blocks. Legal, policy, and regulatory structures. Governance for city-wide planning and implementation. Building capacity for project prioritisation. Stakeholder engagement. Financing and delivery models. Resilience to natural hazards and city energy systems. 4) Conclusions and look ahead.

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