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Tracking SDG7 the energy progress report

By: International Energy Agency (IEA).
Contributor(s): International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) | United Nations | World Bank Group (WB) | World Health Organization (WHO).
Publisher: Washington: IBRD, The World Bank 2019Description: 167 p. grafs., tbls.Subject(s): Acceso a la Energía | Combustibles Limpios - Tecnología | Recursos Energéticos Renovables | Eficiencia EnergéticaDDC classification: 333.79 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online
Contents:
Access to electricity. Access to clean fuels and technologies for cooking. Renewable energy. Energy Efficiency, Outlook for SGD 7. Data.
Summary: This report identifies best practices that have proven successful in recent years, as well as key approaches that policy makers may deploy in coming years. Recommendations applicable to all SDG 7 targets include recognizing the importance of political commitment and long-term energy planning, stepping up private financing, and supplying adequate incentives for the deployment of clean technology options. The following sections review progress in electricity access, access to clean cooking solutions, renewable energy, and energy efficiency.
List(s) this item appears in: Publicaciones Diciembre 2019
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Access to electricity. Access to clean fuels and technologies for cooking. Renewable energy. Energy Efficiency, Outlook for SGD 7. Data.

This report identifies best practices that have proven successful in recent years, as well as key approaches that policy makers may deploy in coming years. Recommendations applicable to all SDG 7 targets include recognizing the importance of political commitment and long-term energy planning, stepping up private financing, and supplying adequate incentives for the deployment of clean technology options. The following sections review progress in electricity access, access to clean cooking solutions, renewable energy, and energy efficiency.

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