We issue a broad range of publications about our own services and initiatives, as well as items authored by our own experts. We also offer third-party reports on the impact of our work.
REEEP brochures and publications
Water, energy and food systems are inextricably interconnected. Water and energy are needed to produce food; water is needed for almost all forms of power generation; energy is required to treat and transport water. The relationships and trade-offs within this triangle of resources are known collectively as the water-energy-food nexus.
This is a quick start guide for decision makers who need to quickly get up to speed with the Linked Open Data (LOD) concept, and who want to make their organization a part of this movement.
A brief description of the clean energy info portal reegle.info and its tools and services such as the clean energy search, reegle's country energy profiles and its data portal.
A two pager answering the questions: What is the reegle Tagging API, why do you need it and how do you use it?
Brochure celebrating 10 years of REEEP.
The aim of this study was to carry out an analysis of the outputs and outcomes of the REEEP projects, identify the lessons learned, and gauge the contribution of these projects towards clean energy market development
REEEP Annual Reports
This is the Auditor's Report from PriceWaterhouseCoopers covering the financial year 2013-14 (English and German versions available)
An in-depth look into REEEP's actions and impacts in 2013/2014.
This Annual Report gives a concise overview of the Partnership's achievements during the period from 1 April 2012 to 31 March 2013. This was a year of transformation, in which a new positioning was adopted, and in which personnel, systems and activities were aligned to deliver on the new strategy.
This Annual Report summarises all aspects of REEEP activities for financial year 2011-12. The report marked REEEP's 10th anniversary, and highlights the Partnership's key achievements over its lifetime.
This Annual Report covers the financial year 2010-11, outlining all of REEEP's activities during this period.
This is the Auditor's Report from PriceWaterhouseCoopers covering the financial year 2012-13 (English and German versions available)
This Annual Report covers the financial year 2009-10, outlining all of REEEP's activities during this period.
This Annual Report covers the financial year 2008-09, outlining all of REEEP's activities during this period.
This Annual Report covers the financial year 2007-08, outlining all of REEEP's activities during this period.
REEEP Project Profiles
Here you will find an individual two-sided fact sheet for each project in REEEP's 9th funding cycle, sorted by project number.
Alternatively, you can do a search of all REEEP projects by region and technology to find a specific project, or to make a list to fit your specific criteria.
This booklet gives a concise summary of each of the projects contracted in REEEP's 8th funding cycle.
This publication gives a brief overview of each of the projects funded in REEEP's 7th funding cycle.
This booklet gives a concise summary of each of the projects contracted in REEEP's 6th funding cycle.
Regional Secretariat publications: Latin American & Caribbean
This study aims at providing a baseline analysis of Belize’s energy sector, thus paving the road toward the passing of a new policy. It outlines a preliminary draft of Belize’s energy policy, including priority areas, broad goals and specific objectives.
This post is the first in a series of four entries that will focus on initiatives encouraging innovation through
sustainable urban design.
Regional Secretariat publications: East Asia
With the global climate change and energy saving drawing more and more attention, China's government is promoting renewable energy applications with great efforts through series of incentive policies publication. This paper has a focus on small wind power.
As a solution for emssions of livestock in rural areas, "Livestock farm biogas projects" (hereinafter referred to as biogas project) can not only protect rural ecological environment, but also improve energy structure of rural areas, promoting the construction of new countryside, meanwhile reducing greenhouse gas emissions of agriculture to contribute towards China addressing climate change.
Regional Secretariat publications: South Asia
The options considered in this paper suggest that, with Determined Efforts, we can bring down emission intensity of India’s GDP by 23 to 25 percent over the 2005 levels, and with Aggressive Efforts, we can bring it down by as much as 33 to 35 percent over the 2005 levels.
Regional Secretariat publications: Southeast Asia & Pacific
Summary of high-level conference of the Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) “ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FOR ALL” (SE4ALL) and SIDS RIO+20 MEETING.
Newsletter announcing REEEP's 10 year anniversary amongst other things.
Strategic engagement for economic development using the key drivers of energy, ICT and transport.
Regional Secretariat publications: Southern Africa
A lack of access to modern energy services negatively affects nearly a third of humanity. While poor people remain in darkness and ill health, there can be no escape from the vicious cycle of poverty. But how can this cycle be broken, and turned to one of increasing prosperity and economic and social development? To answer that question we must constantly improve our shared understanding of the scale, causes, and evolving solutions to the multiple dimensions of energy poverty.
Since 2000, the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) has, on behalf of its signatory investors, challenged the world’s largest companies to measure and report their carbon emissions, integrating the long-term value and cost of climate change into their assessment of the financial health and future prospects of their business.
Improving access to modern energy services in rural areas in developing countries remains a major development priority. While many countries continue to pursue ambitious and often challenging grid connection programmes, there is increasing interest in decentralized generation and distribution through mini-grids.
At the Seventh African Development Forum (ADF VII) which took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in October 2010, policy-makers recognizing the need to move with urgency in preparing for the impacts of climate change, as the international negotiations continue on the reduction of Green House Gases (GHG) emissions, agreed on the urgent need for Africa to act on Climate Change for Sustainable Development.
SERN (Sustainable Energy Regulation Network) publications
A comprehensive review of websites selected for the quality of their documentation on regulation and sustainable energy, with a special emphasis on websites useful for stakeholders from emerging and developing countries
A glossary of terms used in the field of regulation and sustainable energy.
Policies for Large Scale Adoption of Renewable Energy Technologies The Design of adapted Feed-in Tariffs for Developing Countries
REEEP has organised via its Sustainable Energy Regulation Network – SERN a side-event on “Policies for Large Scale Adoption of Renewable Energy Technologies. The Design of adapted Feed-in tariffs for Developing Countries” at the World Forum on Energy Regulation, in Quebec the 16thMay 2012. This is the report.
This set of powerpoint slides describes briefly energy efficiency policies and institutions in 40+ selected countries.
A priority area for REEEP is the promotion of policies and regulatory mechanisms that support renewable energy and energy efficiency (sustainable energy). REEEP has produced via its Sustainable Energy Regulation Network – SERN this update of a review conducted by SERN of the existing literature on regulation and sustainable energy. It is a selection of 100 documents that gives a good grasp of current debates and outcomes resulting from academic research and consultancy work on this issue.
Case studies and project reports
The International Energy Agency (IEA) and Asian Development Bank, with the help of REEEP and the International Copper Association Southeast Asia, just released recommendations for policies to improve energy efficiency in South East Asia.
Integrated Rural Energy Utilities: A review of literature and opportunities for the Establishment of an IREU
Rural energy service delivery remains a significant challenge for many countries in Africa. Modern energy forms, and particularly electricity, are generally not available to the majority of rural areas, and many urban areas.This review looks at Integrated Rural Energy Utilities and the opportunities.
This report seeks to map the extent to which corporations in BASIC countries (Brazil, China, India and South Africa) are investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency, to identify the drivers for such investments and to evaluate the role of government policy. Chinese version.
This report seeks to map the extent to which corporations in BASIC countries (Brazil, China, India and South Africa) are investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency, to identify the drivers for such investments and to evaluate the role of government policy. Portuguese version.
This report seeks to map the extent to which corporations in BASIC countries (Brazil, China, India and South Africa) are investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency, to identify the drivers for such investments and to evaluate the role of government policy. English version.
This Compendium of Best Practices is the result of extensive outreach, data gathering, and analysis conducted to identify leading state and local-level best practices in energy efficiency and renewable energy in the United States. The report describes more than 20 practices and includes examples of their effective implementation in states or cities.
The Good, the Bad, and the Even Worse: Explaining Variation in the Performance in the Performance of Energy Partnerships
Within the context of agency beyond the state, one paramount question is that of the wider effectiveness of governance instruments beyond international collaboration or top-down policy making. Why are some multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable development successfully addressing pressing environmental challenges while others have hardly any traceable results?