This presentation provides an overview of the results framework for monitoring and evaluation purposes of Scaling up Renewable Energy Program (SREP) projects.
Renewable Energy / Clean Energy
This guidebook considers evaluation of U.S. state clean energy programs from the perspective of the program manager but will provide useful information and ideas for both new and more experienced program managers and established agencies worldwide. It suggests how to ensure that evaluation activities are useful, cost-effective, and well-received by program staff, policymakers, and stakeholders. It recommends how to approach and choose among different types of evaluations.
This paper investigates criteria and indicators used to evaluate renewable energy deployment policies. The focus is on application in lower income countries, and the report seeks to extend IRENA’s Policy Brief on the topic “Evaluating policies in support of the deployment of renewable power”. Key objectives are to explore the extent to which the literature on such criteria and indicators considers lower income country contexts and whether existing analysis makes viable ‘short-hand’ (simple, easy to apply) indicators for assessment.