The virtual meeting was attended by 57 participants from 32 Members and States in Accession as well as representatives of the industry and international organisations.
“International cooperation and Long-term Energy Scenarios (LTES) are critical to achieving high renewables integration in the energy system,” says Francesco La Camera, IRENA Director-General.
Co-facilitated by Costa Rica, the meeting drew interest from more than 60 participants from 35 Members and States in Accession to discuss critical challenges and potential solutions pertaining to the advancement of sustainable hydropower globally.
IRENA held its first meeting of the “Collaborative Framework on Project Facilitation to Support the Energy Transition”.
The Collaborative Framework on Green Hydrogen witnessed a high level of engagement by private actors and government representatives from member countries who discussed the role of international hydrogen trade.
A new IRENA platform has been launched to exchange knowledge, best practices, and coordinate actions to ensure that the scarcity of minerals and materials does not threaten the accelerated deployment of renewable energy.
As part of IRENA’s autumn Council, Member countries convened today in a Collaborative Framework on Green Hydrogen co-facilitated by Morocco and the European Commission, discussed how industry recommendations can turn into concrete measures for...
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.
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...
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.