Growing cities need power, heat and water in rapidly rising quantities. Argentina’s third largest city, Rosario, with a population approaching a million, is encouraging widespread use of solar water heaters as a way to help meet its energy...
IRENA and partners pilot for the first time at a regional level a system to encourage investment in geothermal projects.
Strong partnerships vital for accelerating Cuba’s energy transformation and realising renewable energy goals.
Renewable energy adoption in Argentina has seen positive progress since the establishment and introduction of Plan RenovAR in 2016.
Central American countries seek to bring geothermal to the forefront of future energy development plans.
Leaders of the world’s biggest economies envision renewables' key role in economic growth.
National and regional stakeholders met in Panama to discuss the methodologies used in CECCA and to validate the findings from IRENA’s RRA Panama.
Covering the surface area of China and the USA combined and home to around 600 million people, Latin America is rich in resources.
On 8 November 2016, H.E. Mr. Raul Sendic, Vice-President of Uruguay, visited IRENA’s headquarters to show his support for the Agency and engage with IRENA’s Director-General, Adnan Z. Amin.
“Cities are realising that renewables offer an effective means to address climate change and reduce air pollution, while helping solve a host of social, economic and environmental challenges,” says IRENA Director-General, Adnan Z. Amin....