Find and utilize other tools and websites developed by the Clean Energy Ministerial initiatives and projects.
The @C3E_EnergyWomen Twitter account provides an easy opportunity to engage with C3E and stay apprised of all C3E’s efforts. Connect with us by following @C3E_EnergyWomen and using #C3EWomen in your tweets.
This website provides an overview of CaDRE, a guide for conducting renewable energy capacity needs assessments.
The portal provides technical resources that policymakers can use to inform the design and implementation of appliance standards and labeling programs.
The Clean Energy Solutions Center has developed a no-cost e-learning course to introduce a range of renewable energy topics, in partnership with the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Energy Working Group and Leonardo Energy. The course is available to anyone via the Leonardo Energy website. The course comprises four modules that cover renewable energy technologies, including power-generation technologies and integrating renewable energy into the power grid, economic regulation of electric utilities, policy and regulatory frameworks and conditions for success, and energy access through renewable energy.
The Global CCS Institute is a not-for-profit company working to accelerate the development, demonstration and deployment of CCS globally.
The ISGAN Smart Grid Glossary utilizes OpenEI's collaborative, wiki-based platform to collect, organize and share definitions of smart grid concepts