This COBENEFITS report gives an overview of enabling policies that have high potential to make fair use of the maximum potential of co-benefit opportunities that can be unlocked by following the pathway of a high share of renewable energies in the power sector. They are presented according to the different COBENEFITS categories.
Enabling policies for renewable energy (RE) cobenefits and their specification and implementation are highly context-specific. They need to take into account the context of the country or region they are planned for, and need to be tailored to remove specific barriers preventing communities from unlocking them. Therefore, each enabling policy option presented in this report is accompanied by a short summary of an initial situation that they might solve or improve..
Year of publication: 2022
Authors: Sarah Kovac, Franziska Sperfeld — UfU
Editors: Laura Nagel, Sebastian Helgenberger – IASS Potsdam
Suggested citation: UfU/IASS (2022): Maximising co-benefits of the energy transition: Enabling policies in countries worldwide. COBENEFITS Impiulse. Potsdam, September 2022. www.cobenefits.info