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RAP works toward a clean, reliable, equitable, and cost-efficient energy future. Our team provides clarity, vision and new ideas to decision-makers and the broader energy community.Learn More
The perfect fit: Shaping the Fit for 55 package to drive a climate-compatible heat pump market
In order to decarbonise energy systems and eliminate exposure to fossil fuel imports, policy makers around the world have looked towards removing fossil fuels from heating as a worthy goal. Heat pumps remain the key technology to do just that.
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We focus primarily on the world's four largest power markets: China, the European Union, India, and the United States.Learn More
EV Roadmap: Options for Lawmakers
Carefully crafted, comprehensive legislation will be a key enabling tool for successfully electrifying cars, trucks, buses, taxis and ports. RAP's Roadmap for Electric Transportation offers a menu of choices, allowing policymakers to choose what works best in their state.
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Calefacción con hidrógeno: revisión de la evidencia científica
Clean heat standards: New tools for the fossil fuel phaseout in Europe
Regret-ready: A briefing on United Kingdom proposals for the mandating of ‘hydrogen-ready’ gas boilers
NOx Standards for Water Heaters: Model Rule Technical Support Document
Better, faster, stronger: A look into further electricity market reforms
Climate Action is Energy Security: Recent Developments in the Power Sectors of India, China, and Europe
Review of Integrated Resource Planning and Load Forecasting Techniques in India
Comment on NEA’s latest draft policy “Electricity Spot Market Basic Rules”
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