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Demand response in US markets: lessons for a low-carbon transformation (webinar)

The next webinar from the DSM University will take place on 20 December (15:00 CET) and will be led by Mike Hogan from the Regulatory Assistance Project. Register here

Opportunities to accelerate smart grid deployment through innovative market design

This report presents an overview of results from the workshop: "Intelligent market design - boosting global smart grid deployment" organised in conjunction with the 9th Clean Energy Ministerial. The report gives a summary of the discussion and conclusions from the workshop, and includes the background policy brief as well as input received during the workshop. The report and presentations may be downloaded here.

ISGAN Academy on Smart Grids

The ISGAN Academy, a work stream under the ISGAN TCP,  is focused on offering the ISGAN community of high-level engineers and decision makers a means of rational and efficient continuous technical skills and updates in the field of smart grids.  More...

Crowdfunding for energy efficiency projects (CF4EE)

The DSM TCP, through its work on innovative energy services, has recently completed a feasibility study to explore crowdfunding for energy efficiency (CF4EE) projects in developing countries and emerging economies. The study builds on two cases selected in consultation with GIZ in Morocco and in Indonesia. Download the report here

Interactive tool catalogues high-temperature superconductivity projects at a glance

A web-based tool developed by the TCP on High-Temperature Superconductivity (HTS TCP) catalogues HTS projects around the world, and highlights projects having made recent progress. Data is separated by region and updated on an as-needed basis.  More... 

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