Studies and reports

Making 100% The New Normal

The following reports and studies provide a compelling case for renewable energy in general and 100% RE in particular. If you would like to suggest new titles, or find broken links, please let us know.

Assessing the missed Benefits of Countries´ National Contributions Report

This report investigates the co-benefits associated with countries’ Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs).

COP21 100% RE Cities Dialogue Report

During the COP21 in Paris, Renewable Cities, ICLEI, and the WFC brought together a group of local governments for a dialogue on how local governments around the world are planning transitioning to renewable energy.

Kassel International Dialogue Report

This report outlines how local governments are driving the transition to 100% RE and provides insights on how to conceptualize this vision. It summarizes the outcome of the Kassel International Dialogue.

Are You In? 100% Renewables, Zero Poverty

Ahead of the UN Climate Summit, a group of NGOs is asking governments, “are you in?” – as part of a new report and video which highlight the development benefits of the transition to 100% renewable energy.

How to achieve 100% Renewable Energy

This policy handbook features various case studies from across the world, analyzes their policy frameworks and approaches towards 100% RE and draws recommendations on how to achieve 100% RE. 

Criteria for a Sustainable Transformation towards 100% Renewable Energy

This discussion paper initiates a dialogue on how a transition to 100% RE can be a tool for sustainable development by ensuring wealth redistribution, creation of social wellbeing and protection of ecosystems. 

Energy Report for Uganda: 100% RE by 2050

The report, which is the first of its kind in sub-Saharan Africa, sets out a road map that would enable the country to sensibly transition to using more than 90% per cent renewable energy by 2050.

Assessing the missed Benefits of Countries´ National Contributions Report

The opportunity exists to harness all forms of renewable power at scale across Europe if this is supported by a single European power market united with a similar market in North Africa.