100% Renewable Energy Roadmap Studies
Our international team of experts has the capacity to deliver comprehensive renewable energy studies that lay out detailed "roadmaps" for how individual regions, states, nations, and corporations can sustainably transition to 100% renewable energy. The studies can cover the electricity, heating and cooling, and transportation sectors and thoroughly analyze technical, economic, and policy considerations.
Sample Studies by Our Collaborators
Renewable Energy Outlook 2030, report to the Energy Watch Group
(Global Energy Scenario up to 2030 showing that renewables can contribute much more than the figure drawn in the latest scenarios in the IEA's "World Energy Outlook 2006".)
Solar Catalonia, A Pathway to a 100% Renewable Energy System for Catalonia
Energy Rich Japan
Download these studies here.
Energy Target 2050: 100% Renewable Electricity Supply - Germany
Download this study here.
Sample Roadmap Study Proposal
The Renewables 100 Policy Institute and our collaborators have written a proposal to create a roadmap California to achieve 100% renewable energy in the power, heating/cooling, and transportation sectors. This study would comprehensively analyze technical, cost, and policy requirements for reaching the 100% renewable energy target in a phased approach.
For more information on 100% renewable energy roadmap studies, please contact us.
The Renewables 100 Policy Institute team authors reports in line with the organization's mission.
Articles & Blogs
We regularly publish articles and blogs related to the global 100% renewable energy transition.
100% Renewable Energy: Becoming the New Normal
by Diane Moss in Cleantechnica, March 3, 2013
Facing Sandy's Fury, Don't Let Clean Energy Naysayers Deny Us Hope
by Diane Moss (on behalf of World Future Council) and Frances Moore Lappé in Huffington Post, October 31. 2013
Clearing Up the Facts about Solar In Germany
by Angelina Galiteva and Diane Moss, February 16, 2012
Comments on Spain's Latest Renewable Energy Choices
by Angelina Galiteva and Diane Moss, February 1, 2012