Sustainable Electricity Systems
To be sustainable, electricity systems must recover operating costs, invest for the future, provide reliable electricity. and meet environmental and social objectives.
Renewable electricity generation is an essential part of a sustainable energy future. An increasing number of governments are subsidizing the deployment of renewable energy technologies for electricity generation and the growth of domestic industries. What can be learned from their experiences?
Our experts in renewable energy technologies, energy policy and environmental fiscal reform help government officials and civil society organizations achieve a supportive policy framework for sustainable electricity systems. We do this by conducting research to evaluate the impact of subsidies and electricity sector policies to make the case for reform. Our services include policy design and evaluation, bottom-up analysis of electricity subsidies, evaluation of electricity system externalities, stakeholder consultation, and the organization of seminars and other events.
How to Pay the Bills? A survey of public attitudes to electricity tariff reform in Rajasthan
This report presents the findings of a household survey that sheds light on the attitudes of electricity consumers toward tariff reform in the State of Rajasthan, India.Read More
Indonesia's Financially Sustainable Electricity Sector
This paper reviews the ability of Indonesia’s electricity sector to meet the country’s need for electricity in a financially sustainable way.Read More
As Wind Power Expands in China—What's Been Learned?
Over the past decade, wind power has taken off in China. We explore the challenges China has faced linked this rapid growth.Read More