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.
The IRENA-EPO joint report uses patent statistics to reveal the trends and dynamism in the field of hydrogen that can be produced using renewable electricity via electrolysis.
Solar mini-grids are not only a viable option for last-mile communities but are also at the heart of economic development and improved healthcare in those areas.
Co-facilitated by Germany and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the fifth meeting of the Collaborative Framework on the Geopolitics of Energy Transformation was attended by over 70 participants from Members and States in Accession.
Although vulnerable to the severest impacts of a warming planet, SIDS have historically contributed the least to global carbon emissions.
Offshore renewables can play a key role in harnessing the benefits of the blue economy for sustainable development in SIDS, said IRENA Director-General Francesco La Camera, at the Our Oceans conference held in Palau.
With significant renewable energy potential, Indonesia is poised to achieve its target of 23 per cent share of renewables in total energy consumption by 2025 – if policy, technology, and finance are in place to support it.
World Energy Transitions Outlook 2022 outlines priority actions till 2030 to stay on a 1.5°C pathway to sustainability, climate resilience and energy security.
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.