The capacity building event is expected to contribute to the improvement of PPAs in the Atlantic, Indian Ocean, South China Sea (AIS) region.
This event was the fourth segment of Grenada’s Capacity Building Programme which aims to strengthen the capacity of relevant stakeholders to conduct energy audits to better understand and manage energy consumption.
This event was the third segment of Grenada’s Capacity Building Programme which aimed to strengthen the capacity of relevant stakeholders to conduct energy audits to better understand and manage energy consumption.
The capacity building workshop was a national level, 2-days training that covered the theoretical aspect of climate investments and flows as well as the approaches and practices adopted to track and report these investments and financial flows.
In this second webinar on OTEC, experiences and best practices from projects in various phases of development as well as research and studies were presented by Governments, project developers and researchers to provide an understanding of OTEC...
The 12th session of the IRENA Assembly took place in a virtual setting from 15 to 16 January 2022 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, with related stakeholder and ministerial meetings held on 13 and 14 January 2022.
This webinar discussed the key advancements in offshore wind and floating solar PV technologies and featured representatives from SIDS, financial institutions and development partners.
This two-day webinar, targeting homeowners and youth, aimed to increase the capacity of Grenadian citizens to conduct a home energy assessment to better manage their energy consumption at home.
IRENA and IDB co-organised this virtual event to provide insights into options, trends and challenges to achieve the Paris Agreement Objectives and limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C and bring CO2 emissions to net zero by 2050. (LAC region)
In the framework of the Asia Pacific Climate week, IRENA has organised an event on Nationally Determined Contributions in the Asia Pacific Region as the main driver of decarbonisation.