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Bridging the gap between research and development and the application of the knowledge gained is a key step to advancing the power sector.
Despite the global COVID-19 induced economic slowdown, more than 260GW of renewable energy capacity was added around the world in 2020, beating the previous record by almost 50%.
The Renewable Capacity Statistics 2021 report presents renewable power generation capacity statistics for the past decade (2011 to 2020) in trilingual tables. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) produces comprehensive statistics on a range of...
Proven technologies for a net zero energy system already largely exist today, finds the preview of the World Energy Transitions Outlook by IRENA.
Studies from the International Renewable Energy Association (IRENA) show that wind energy capacity must quadruple over the next decade to keep global warming at least 2°C below pre-industrial levels and steer us towards a 1.5°C development pathway. This urgent mission will require enormous collective effort, commitment and talent.
IRENA will work with FAO to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy technologies in agri-food and sustainable bioenergy.
Pacific Island governments have reinforced their commitment to energy transition within updated NDCs ahead of COP26 in Glasgow in November.
IRENA has identified a series of policy measures that can help advance the energy transition towards renewable energy in Jordan.
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) calculates that $2 trillion in annual investment will be required to achieve the Paris Agreement goals in the next three years. Electromobility has a major role to play in...
While hydropower will continue to play an essential role in global electricity, its flexibility and storage capabilities are also important to complement variable renewables.