Is “ independent, non-partisan, non-governmental organization” focused on “the world’s four largest power markets: China, Europe, India, and the United States.” It strives to “accelerate the transition to a clean, reliable, and efficient energy future.” RAP assists “energy and air quality regulators and NGOs navigate the complexities of power sector policy, regulation, and markets and develop innovative and practical solutions designed to meet local conditions.”
Areas of interest:
- Publishes books, reports, fact sheets, and policy briefs.
- Equity in the energy transition: Who pays and who benefits? (May 2020, 64p): “contributes to the discussion on how to ensure that the clean energy transition is equitable by proposing recommendations on the design of clean energy policies and regulation.”