IRENA Presents Plan for China to Reach Carbon Neutrality through Renewables

China aims for its carbon emissions to peak before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060.

  • July 2022

Global Hydrogen Trade in a 1.5°C Scenario

Hydrogen trade can contribute to a more diversified and resilient energy system for all.

  • July 2022

Blue Economy Can Help Members Boost Offshore Renewables

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.

  • June 2022

Renewable-based Pathway Key to Palau’s Welfare

A new report by IRENA explains how Palau can achieve its target of 100 percent renewables by 2050 through increased deployment of renewables.

  • June 2022

Reorganising the Power System for a Renewable-based Future

The new IRENA report underscores the need for power system structures that are fit for the renewable era.

  • June 2022

ETAF Can Help Create a Wide Spectrum of Jobs, Says IRENA's Ahmed Badr

An interview with Ahmed Badr, Director of Project Facilitation and Support, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

  • June 2022

ETAF Expands IRENA's Role in Global Energy Transition

IRENA through ETAF is managing matchmaking activities between potential projects and funding partners.

  • June 2022

IRENA – Barefoot College Partnership Leaves Rural Footprint with Skilled Energy Champions

Under the agreement, the Solar Mama programme will be linked to the IRENA-supported Entrepreneurship Support Facility programme for mentorship, peer-to-peer learning and enterprise twinning.

  • June 2022

IRENA Members Aim to Reach High Shares of Renewables with Long-term Energy Scenarios

“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.

  • June 2022

IRENA Members Back New Blueprint for Hydropower Advancement

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.

  • June 2022