Research Reports

La economía de las ciudades bajas en carbono resilientes al clima
November, 2014

Lima-Callao resumen ejecutivo en Español

The Economics of Low Carbon Cities: Kolkata, India
October, 2014

India has the largest energy demand in the world after China and the United States, and its demand is rising rapidly – it has more than doubled since 1990, and is forecast to grow by a factor of 4.5 between 2012 and 2035.

The Economics of Low Carbon, Climate Resilient Cities - Lima-Callao, Peru
October, 2014

The Lima-Callao area has a population of 9 million andan economy worth US$66 billion in 2014. The preliminary results of our research indicate that the total energy bill for the city was US$4.7 billion and that the bill for waste and water was US$50 billion - meaning that 8% of everything earned in the local economy was spent on energy, water and waste.

The Economics of Low Carbon Cities - Palembang, Indonesia
July, 2014

The report outlines a compelling economic case for climate action at the city scale in Palembang,Indonesia. It also provides a detailed evidence base on the investment requirements, returns and carbon savings of a wide range of low carbon measures, which can be used to underpin and strengthen applications for investment from a range of sources.

The Economics of Low Carbon Cities - Palembang, Indonesia - Executive Summary
July, 2014

This study aims to provide an evidenced based approach to a low carbon development path in Palembang, Indonesia, examining whether there is an economic case that can be used to secure large-scale investment in energy efficiency and low carbon development in the city.

The Economics of Low Carbon Cities - Johor Bahru and Pasir Gudang,Malaysia - Executive Summary, Malaysian Edit
July, 2014

This study aims to provide an evidence base for Johor Bahru and Pasir Gudang, and to use this to examine whether there is an economic case that can be used to secure large-scale investments in energy efficiency and low carbon development in the cities. 

Energy Storage in the UK and Korea: Innovation, investment and co-operation
July, 2014

This report explores where complementary strengths and needs exist between the UK and Korea in the area of energy storage. 

Liquid Air on the Highway
June, 2014

This latest report from the Liquid Air Energy Network and CLCF focuses on the proposition that Liquid Air technology can reduce NOx, PM and CO2 emissions whilst reducing diesel consumption and costs for haulier and bus operators, and bring jobs and investment to Britain.

The Economics of Low Carbon Cities - Johor Bahru and Pasir Gudang,Malaysia
June, 2014

This Climate Smart Cities report focuses on providing an evidence base to inform low carbon decision making for Johor Bahru and Pasir Gudang in Malaysia. The study examines whether there is an economic case that can be used to secure large-scale investments in energy efficiency and low carbon development in the cities.

First 'game-changing technologies' report - Liquid Air Technologies, a guide to the potential.
October, 2013

Liquid air technologies is widely recognised as offering the potential to deliver reductions in fuel bills, air pollution and carbon emissions,while simultaneously boosting energy security and creating jobs.

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