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Global Report on How to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy

January 2014 – December 2014

World Future Council (WFC)

E3 Analytics was hired to develop a comprehensive report showcasing jurisdictions from around the world that have set ambitious targets to transition their energy systems to achieve 100% renewable energy in the electricity, heating/cooling, and/or transport sectors. The report provided an overview of jurisdictions ranging from municipal governments like Sydney, Australia, and San Francisco, to regions like Fukushima in Japan, to national governments like Denmark. The report represents one of the first global analyses of 100% renewable energy strategies, and charts key principles for success in transitioning the world away from its reliance on non-renewable resources.

The full report can be downloaded here.


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Beyond Fire: How to Achieve Sustainable Cooking

July 2015 – November 2016

World Future Council (WFC)

E3 Analytics worked closely with staff at International Energy Transition GmbH based in Berlin, Germany to develop a comprehensive report evaluating the potential opportunities and innovative technologies to transition away from a reliance on wood and charcoal to meet cooking needs in developing countries around the world. In some parts of Sub-Saharan Africa, wood and charcoal used for cooking purposes represent over 90% of the national energy mix: this report provides an analysis of four promising pathways to reduce this reliance, including solar home systems, mini-grids, distributed biogas systems, and power-to-gas technologies.


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Global Report on Transitioning to Policy Frameworks for Cost-Competitive Renewables

July 2015 – March 2016

International Energy Agency Renewable Energy Technology Deployment (IEA-RETD), Paris

E3 Analytics worked with a team of international researchers including staff from the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory to develop a roadmap for how renewable energy policy will need to change to adapt to a world in which renewable energy technologies are the least-cost source of new energy supply. A future in which renewable energy technologies like solar and wind power are the default options for new power supply will have transformative impacts on electricity markets around the world. However, in order to ensure that this transition takes place at the lowest cost to citizens, governments will need to continue to ensure a stable investment environment, including a much stronger focus on increasing system flexibility, and resilience.

The full report can be downloaded here.


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