RISE is a tool for policymakers to compare national policy frameworks for sustainable energy and identify opportunities to attract investment. RISE assesses countries’ policy support for each of the three pillars of sustainable energy – access to modern energy, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. With 27 indicators covering 111 countries and representing 96% of the world population, RISE provides a reference point to help policymakers benchmark their sector policy framework against those of regional and global peers, and a powerful tool to help develop policies that advance sustainable energy goals.
Data in RISE 2016 are current as of December 31, 2015.
- RISE executive summary
- RISE Pillar at a Glance Access
- RISE Pillar at a Glance Efficiency
- RISE Pillar at a Glance Renewables
- RISE Region at a Glance EAP
- RISE Region at a Glance ECA
- RISE Region at a Glance LAC
- RISE Region at a Glance MENA
- RISE Region at a Glance OECD
- RISE Region at a Glance SAR
- RISE Region at a Glance SSA
RISE indicators were piloted in 17 developed and developing countries. This report presents the methodology and results of the pilot phase. The pilot countries are: Armenia, Chile, Denmark, Ethiopia, Honduras, India, Kenya, Liberia, Maldives, Mali, Mongolia, Nepal, the Solomon Islands, Tanzania, the United States, Vanuatu, and the Republic of Yemen.
The pilot is supported by data collected between December 2013 and June 2014.