The Green Energy Development Technical Guidelines are developed to assist member countries in developing strategic green energy development plans and implementation road maps at every stage of the GGGI value chain.
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Seoul National University, GGKP Annual Conference
As a prelude to scaled-up deployment of electric vehicles, this paper examines the economic feasibility of replacing the current fleet of fossil fuel taxis in Seoul with electric vehicle (EV) taxis by phasing the former out based on their opertional lifetime.
This Insight Brief Solutions for the Missing Middle: The Case for Large-Scale Mini-Grid Development demonstrates how mini grids powered by solar photovoltaics (PV) and energy storage systems (ESS) can provide energy access to 800 million people who do not live near a centralized electric grid.
The case study Enabling Adoption of Electric Mobility in Public Transportation in India describes how GGGI has supported the State Government of Himachal Pradesh in developing and implementing its Green Growth Strategy and established a business case for introduction of electric vehicles.
The case study Solar-Powered Irrigation Pumps in India — Capital Subsidy Policies and the Water-Energy Efficiency Nexus looks at India’s National Solar Mission program, under which the central and state governments support farmers not only by providing a capital cost subsidy on solar pump systems, but also by creating an enabling framework on their deployment by actively engaging key stakeholders.
The case study Greening Industrial Parks — A Case Study on South Korea’s Eco-Industrial Park Program presents the National Eco-Industrial Park (EIP) program, which was launched by the Korean National Cleaner Production Center (KNCPC) in 2003.
The case study China’s Green Special Economic Zone Policies — Development and Implementation looks at a series of programs that the Chinese government implemented to stimulate green transition of industries and the entire economic value chain.
Jordanian Ministry of Environment, Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
This National Green Growth Plan (NGGP) applies green growth to Jordan as a practical approach that builds upon existing government strategies, primarily Vision 2025, and demonstrates pathways to achieving them in a sustainable way.