The Indonesia G20 Presidency in 2022 commissioned IRENA to organise a virtual event to discuss in expanding solar, wind and ocean technology.
IRENA, in collaboration with the Mongolian Ministry of Energy, and with the technical support of Aalborg University, organised virtual capacity building events.
The meeting provided a platform for an exchange of experiences and best practices regarding the development and use of LTES and innovative scenario planning approaches.
The meeting served as an opportunity to update the Membership on the agency’s latest work and findings on hydropower, as well on the status and outcomes of other relevant initiatives from other stakeholders.
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.
The twenty-third Council meeting of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) was held on 24-25 May 2022.
The fifth meeting of the Collaborative Framework on Green Hydrogen brought together private actors and governments to discuss the role of international trade of hydrogen to strengthen energy security while accelerating the decarbonisation of hard to...
IRENA, in collaboration with the Mongolian Ministry of Energy, and with the technical support of Aalborg University, organised a virtual capacity building event.
This webinar presented the outlook for renewable ammonia, including market projections, cost competitiveness, technology evolution and policy measures needed to facilitate the transition from a fossil- to a renewables-based ammonia production.
As one of the custodians of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 on energy, IRENA prominently participated in the 2022 Sustainable Energy for All Forum.