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Energy Policies of IEA Countries: Portugal 2016 Click to Access:
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Despite the difficult economic climate, Portugal has continued to develop and reform its energy policies since the previous International Energy Agency (IEA) in-depth review in 2009.
Energy Policies of IEA Countries: Belgium 2016 Click to Access:
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In recent years, Belgium has made clear progress in increasing competition in the electricity and natural gas markets. It has also managed to reduce the use of fossil fuels and increase the use of renewable energy. The country´s economy is becoming...
Technology Collaboration Programmes Click to Access:
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Accelerating energy technology innovation is crucial to meet energy and climate goals, to support economic growth and to enhance energy security. Successful development and deployment of innovative energy technologies requires that stakeholders from...
China's Engagement in Global Energy Governance Click to Access:
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The world’s largest energy consumer and producer as well as the top oil importer and carbon dioxide emitter, the People’s Republic of China is in the centre of the global energy landscape – and at a turning point towards a low-carbon future.
Thailand Electricity Security Assessment Click to Access:
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Thailand’s remarkable social and economic development since the 1970s has resulted in a steep and steady increase in energy consumption and, as a consequence, a rising dependency on imported fuels and associated exposure to international commodity prices.
Re-powering Markets Click to Access:
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"Re-powering" refers to the process of replacing older power stations with ones that are more efficient and more powerful, but the term also lends itself to market design. To facilitate the transition to a low-carbon economy, electricity markets will...
 
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