This report estimates the potential for green hydrogen production as a function of land availability, considering exclusion zones such as protected areas, forests, wetlands, urban centres, slope and water scarcity.
This IRENA-AEA joint report provides a detailed overview of renewable ammonia in contrast to conventional and fossil-based ammonia with carbon mitigation.
This EPO-IRENA joint report uses patent statistics to reveal the trends and dynamism in the exciting field of green hydrogen that can be produced using renewable electricity via electrolysis.
The report covers transformation from gaseous hydrogen to a suitable form to allow its transport and storage, its use in the process of transportation itself and its reconversion from the carrier back to pure hydrogen.
This report contains the latest developments and good practices to develop grid connection codes for power systems with high shares of variable renewable energy – solar photovoltaic and wind.
This data set, updated yearly, tracks renewable power generation capacity over the preceding decade (2012-2021) in comprehensive trilingual tables.
This report guides policy makers to stay on the the 1.5°C path to 2050, explores the socio-economic impacts of the transition and suggests ways to speed progress towards universal access to clean energy.
This report provides a comprehensive pathway for the development of a sustainable and cleaner regional energy system.
This report discusses the strategic areas enabling expansion of the decarbonisation options presented in the modelling results.
This brief provides an overview of technical considerations for green hydrogen tracking systems and the challenges that need to be addressed for the creation of such instruments.