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FEATURE: How a development agency can spearhead green growth at subnational level

GreenCape has been highly successful in supporting the establishment of the renewable energy sector in the Western Cape of South Africa and has extended support to other sectors in the green economy. A new case study from the Low Emission Development Strategy Global Partnership (LEDS GP) outlines why the GreenCape model is successful and the key lessons learned from its approach. [more...]


INSIDE STORY: Renewable energy solutions for Punjab’s industrial sector – Evaluating the NAMA approach in Sialkot City, Pakistan

Sialkot, Pakistan is a large manufacturing hub, in need of more energy supplies. CDKN and partners looked at the option of developing a Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) to provide renewable energy to the city's industries. Michelle Bosquet and Juan Pablo Osornio explore how businesses and government got involved - and broader lessons from the experience. [more...]

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INSIDE STORY: Supporting the subnational development of renewable energy – Lessons from West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

West Nusa Tenggara is a major tourism destination in Indonesia because of its rich seascapes and landscapes as well as its unique culture, but it faces severe energy shortages. This 'Inside Story on Climate Compatible Development' tracks issues that arose with regard to decentralised renewable energy planning in West Nusa Tenggara. It provides insights on how Indonesia and other countries could develop subnational and national energy policies and strategies in the future. [more...]

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