Energy Toolkit 2.0: Leading Instruments and Methodologies for Sustainable Energy Planning
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The second iteration of the Energy Toolkit, a collection of leading instruments and methodologies for climate-compatible energy planning, offers energy practitioners, policymakers, and experts a quick reference guide to some of the best-established instruments available at no or low cost. The result is a compilation of 26 tools from agencies around the world.The toolkit was produced as a team effort with the many members of the Low-Emissions Development Strategies Global Partnership (LEDS GP), in particular its Energy Working Group (LEDS EWG).
This toolkit does not claim to be a complete encyclopedia of all available tools. We hope to update and further improve the toolkit in coming years. If you have developed a sustainable energy modelling tool or know of one that should be featured here, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope this toolkit will help you to make energy fairer, safer, and greener for all.
Alexander Ochs | Lead Editor
Director of Climate and Energy, Worldwatch Institute | LEDS EWG Chair
Philip Killeen | Co-editor, Version 2.0
Research Associate, Worldwatch Institute | LEDS EWG Secretariat Manager
© LEDS Energy Working Group and Worldwatch Institute 2016
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The LEDS GP was founded in 2011 to facilitate peer learning, technical cooperation, and information exchange to support the formation and implementation of low emission development strategies. It has a focus on supporting developing countries and regions. It engages leaders from over 300 institutions across government agencies, technical institutes, international agencies, and non-governmental organizations.
The LEDS EWG promotes sustainable and climate-compatible development in the energy sector through a work program focused on peer-to-peer learning, technical assistance, and enhanced opportunities for coordination and collaboration between LEDS GP members. The LEDS EWG also produces supporting materials, such as best-case studies or reference guides like the one presented here.