The agreement will allow both parties to coordinate and support the implementation of measures to scale up solar energy deployment globally and ensure a just and inclusive energy transition.
Hydropower is the largest source of renewable electricity worldwide and advancing its deployment is essential in driving the energy transition forward. This week’s High-Level Meeting of IRENA’s Collaborative Framework on Hydropower...
Energy use is responsible for about one-third of greenhouse gases emitted by the food systems. With its continuously declining costs, renewables have become an attractive and effective way to fuel the achievement of key sustainable development...
Ambitious and targeted actions are needed now and throughout the coming decades to ensure the goals of energy access for all are fulfilled and a decarbonised energy system is achieved by 2050.
The initiative is led by the African Union Development Agency (AUDA) with the technical and financial support of the European Union (EU), and is aimed at establishing a long-term continent-wide planning process.
Solar water heaters are a mature technology that has been successfully deployed in several countries for more than 30 years, mostly in the residential sector, providing an affordable solution for many households.
The virtual traineeship programme aims to prepare the future generation of global energy professionals
The new partnership aims to achieve the common goal of ensuring sustainable long-term socio-economic development within planetary boundaries.
The report provides 50 concrete actions that G20 countries could take while defining their national strategies for offshore renewables.
The agreement provides the framework for cooperation in pursuit of the shared objectives to promote a sustainable energy transition around the world.