In 2020 power generation costs continued to fall. This infographic shows how low renewables costs allow to power past coal, and bring economic and health benefits.
On the occasion of the 2021 World Ocean Day, over 70 IRENA members and private sector representatives came together in a Collaborative Framework on Ocean Energy and Offshore Renewables to accelerate the deployment of ocean technologies worldwide.
IRENA Global Atlas 4.0 incorporates more than 1000 revised renewable energy resource maps, complemented by key information such as the availability of transmission networks, population density and protected areas.
Representatives from over 50 IRENA member countries gathered for the first meeting of the Collaborative Framework for Just and Inclusive Energy Transitions. The meeting took place during the last week’s IRENA Council and was co-facilitated by...
Energy solutions for construction and operations of buildings
IRENA’s Collaborative Framework on Green Hydrogen underlined the critical role of hydrogen for a net-zero economy in line with IRENA’s 1.5C scenario.
How urban environments can lead the achievement of a sustainable energy future
The report outlines ways in which cities can catalyse the shift to a low-carbon future – in turn supporting regional and national governments with the achievement of sustainable energy targets and the realisation of global climate objectives.
The meeting, facilitated by Uruguay, brought governments, regional organisations, public organisations, development banks and academia to facilitate cross-sectoral cooperation and knowledge sharing.