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Review of Energy Transition Policies in Singapore, London, and California

@inproceedings{Yang2022ReviewOE,
  title={Review of Energy Transition Policies in Singapore, London, and California},
  author={Chunmeng Yang and S. Q. Bu and Yi Fan and Wayne Xinwei Wan and Ruoheng Wang and Aoife M. Foley},
  year={2022}
}
The paper reviews the renewable energy development and policies in the three metropolitan cities/regions over recent decades. Depending on the geographic variations in the types and quantities of renewable energy resources and the levels of policymakers’ commitment to carbon neutrality, we classify Singapore, London, and California as case studies at the primary, intermediate, and advanced stages of renewable energy transition, respectively. 

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