Regulatory Indicators for Sustainable Energy (RISE)

Developer or Source: World Bank

Readiness for Investment in Sustainable Energy RISE is an indicator-based tool that assesses the legal and regulatory environment for investment in sustainable energy. The tool establishes a framework to better depict the national enabling environment to attract public and private investment into sustainable energy. RISE aims to support government decision-making, inform country-level interventions, help stimulate policy dialogue, and identify a country’s priority areas for change. RISE is different to most similar indicator tools in that it covers all of the following thematic areas: energy efficiency, energy access, and renewable energy. It provides a snapshot of plans, policies, and legislations in the three aforementioned areas by country and points to good practices across nations that could foster an enabling environment for sustainable energy. The indicators used in the tool are planning, policies and regulations, pricing and subsidies, and procedural efficiency; each of which have sub-indicators.

Region: East Asia and Pacific, Europe and Central Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa, North America, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa
Sectors and Topics: Renewable Energy
Scale: National, Sub-national
Expertise Level: Generalist
Resource Type: Analysis Tools
Guidance: Background report:
Inputs Needed: Country of interest
Outputs Provided: Score on readiness for investment in sustainable energy including a breakdown of energy access energy efficiency and renewable energy
Languages: English
Go to this tool

Have you used this tool before?

Share your experience with us!
Sign-up for the NDC Partnership monthly newsletter and receive updates on country work, upcoming events, resources, and more.