Regulatory Indicators for Sustainable Energy (RISE) Application

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RISE is a set of indicators to help compare national policy and regulatory frameworks for sustainable energy. It assesses countries’ policy and regulatory support for each of the three pillars of sustainable energy—access to modern energy, energy efficiency, and renewable energy.

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Author World Bank Group
Last Updated March 23, 2021, 09:15 (UTC)
Created March 23, 2021, 09:15 (UTC)
Topic Extractive industries
Country Turkmenistan; Kenya; Zimbabwe; Mali; Guatemala; Kyrgyzstan; Norway; Mexico; Madagascar; Haiti; Russian Federation; Australia; Oman; Argentina; Nepal; Mongolia; Central African Republic; Romania; Italy; Paraguay; Austria; Sri Lanka; Colombia; Brazil; Belarus; Lebanon; Guinea; Switzerland; Korea, Republic of; Mozambique; Myanmar; Peru; Malaysia; Chile; France; Mauritania; Kuwait; Rwanda; Benin; Panama; Afghanistan; New Zealand; Thailand; Solomon Islands; Canada; Maldives; Senegal; Papua New Guinea; Azerbaijan; Turkey; Uganda; Morocco; Togo; Sweden; China; Nicaragua; Algeria; Cameroon; Denmark; Dominican Republic; Ukraine; Poland; Liberia; Eritrea; El Salvador; Bulgaria; Qatar; Portugal; Tajikistan; Congo; Singapore; South Africa; Egypt; Congo, The Democratic Republic of the; Serbia; Côte d'Ivoire; Hungary; Finland; Ethiopia; Honduras; Burkina Faso; India; Angola; Netherlands; Burundi; South Sudan; Somalia; Costa Rica; Czechia; Japan; Chad; Yemen; Saudi Arabia; Belgium; United Kingdom; Tuvalu; Ireland; Indonesia; United States; Bolivia, Plurinational State of; Lao People's Democratic Republic; Bangladesh; Iran, Islamic Republic of; Bahrain; Philippines; Cambodia; Sudan; Uzbekistan; Slovakia; Ecuador; Sierra Leone; Ghana; Armenia; Spain; Tanzania, United Republic of; Uruguay; Greece; Zambia; Jordan; Croatia; Jamaica; Israel; Vanuatu; Nigeria; Kazakhstan; Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of; United Arab Emirates; Niger; Malawi; Viet Nam; Germany; Tunisia
Published year 2021

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