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The International Renewable Energy Agency is an intergovernmental organisation that supports countries in their transition to a sustainable energy future.
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What do & have in common? The way regulators in both countries leveraged existing mini-grids to scale up deployment, improve electricity services & reduce tariffs. 's mini-grid report explains
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can be used to help decarbonise sectors where electrification is challenging, like aviation and shipping. See 's 'Global Energy Transformation' report to learn how can enable meeting the
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Distributed is decentralising power systems—optimising consumption of locally produced is a great advantage for the system & decreases the need for other costly flexibility measures. Learn more in 's Innovation Landscape report
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An international team of researchers finds that 46% of Europe’s total land is suitable for turbines — highlighting the continent's huge onshore wind power potential, the reports
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.’s first gathered politicians, businesses & innovators from Latin America & beyond — showcasing exciting innovations to help countries deliver a renewable-powered future.
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Do you have a job? Worldwide, the sector employed 11 million people at the end of 2018, w/ almost a third of those jobs belonging to women. More in 's report:
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Biofuture 18h
The world´s transition to renewable energy is bringing many job opportunities. According to , the sector employed over 2 million people worldwide in 2018, a 6% increase from 2017.
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are getting bigger and bigger. discusses this growing trend which has led to turbine blades as long as football pitches:
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represents not only a tool to reduce climate heating, but also a deep, largely untapped pool of job and wealth creation, writes , Director-General of in 's France: The 2019 Biarritz Summit
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Interested in 's 🌊 potential? Partnering w/ , will hold 'Unlocking the potential of ocean energy around the globe' in —exploring progress in dev & policy-maker actions to foster ocean energy tech:
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IRENA Aug 22
Employment in supports almost 1.2 million jobs. Onshore projects predominate, but the offshore segment is gaining traction & could build on expertise from other sectors. Learn more in 's jobs report
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IRENA Aug 22
“Power systems are evolving but it’ll require a paradigm shift in how they’re operated & designed to make full use of variable —as the systems are traditionally operated & the markets were not designed to integrate .”—’s at
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IRENA Aug 22
“Energy policies need to be aligned with the objectives, in order to define targets and adapt policies and regulations that promote and shape a decarbonised system.”—’s at
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Pablo E. Carvajal Aug 22
hosts an event on Long-term Energy Scenarios at the . Brilliant discussion with panellists from , and . Long-term targets need planning today!
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Eduardo Cader R. Aug 22
Country Suport and Partnership Director de llegó desde Abu Dhabi como conferencista de alto nivel para exponer en el de
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Elizabeth Press Aug 22
hosts an event on long-term energy planing at the . Thank you , and for enriching this important discussion .
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ASI El Salvador Aug 22
Foro 1: “Energía Renovable: Tendencias y Avance en C.A.". Ponentes: Gurbuz Gonul (), Ing. Pedro Paulo da Silva (Grupo Sage), Lic. Daniel Álvarez (), Tanja Faller (GIZ), Ing. Víctor Hugo Ventura (), Ing. Georgina Flores, VENTOS.
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IRENA Aug 22
On 4 September, will host ’s second , focusing on innovative solutions for the reliable integration of variable in power systems. Details and how to attend:
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IRENA Aug 22
energy in hundreds of cities in is now cheaper than supplied by the national grid, and it can even compete with coal-fired power in 75 of them, reports
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IRENA Aug 22
If policy makes take the necessary steps today, by 2050 there could be over 1 billion electric cars on the road & many more electric buses, 2- & 3-wheelers, and trucks powered by renewable-generated electricity. presents a climate-friendly roadmap:
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