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The Renewable Energy and Jobs Annual review 2021, predicts the energy transition will see 25 million new green jobs created by 2030, surpassing the seven million lost due to the pandemic.
IRENA and the International Labour Organisation have agreed to promote employment for women and men in an inclusive energy transition.
Rapidly replacing fossil fuel with renewable fuels based on green hydrogen and advanced biofuels could enable an up to 80% CO2 emission cut by 2050, says IRENA.
Production costs of green hydrogen inhibit demand, making investments in wide-scale production that could compress costs too risky.
New installed capacity of offshore wind reached 6.1GW in 2020, 14 times higher than 10 years ago says the Global Wind Energy Council in its latest report.
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) will partner the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as modelling partner for the development of the African Continental Power Systems Master Plan (CMP).
An IRENA assessment finds that short-to-medium term actions in the areas of policy, regulation, risk and investment can create a more conducive environment for renewables development in Botswana.
CEOs of companies within the wind energy sector, including the South African Wind Energy Association CEO, have written an open letter to G20 member countries urging them to prioritise renewable energy in the face of the global climate crisis.
Forward-looking policies can accelerate the transition, mitigate uncertainties, and ensure maximum benefits of the energy transition according to IRENA’s World Energy Transitions Outlook.
Renewable energy projects that cost less than the most competitive fossil fuel options doubled in 2020, says a new IRENA report. 162GW, or 62% of total renweable power generation added during 2020 cost less than the cheapest new fossil fuel projects.