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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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IRENA 1h
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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IRENA 4h
Active forest management has helped expand its forested areas & thereby boost the country’s wood & resource base. shares Sweden's experience & offers valuable lessons for emerging markets:
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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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IRENA 9h
Reaching 34 million people in 2017, off-grid solutions are critical in providing basic services in remote areas The new 'Tracking : The Energy Progress Report' shows the global electrification rate reached 89% in 2017
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IRENA 11h
Solid from forests, farms and cities provides a major energy source for heat & power generation. 's technology brief examines the multi-dimensional logistical challenges of establishing a steady supply chain for
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IRENA 14h
are the future of , and technology companies are ramping up their efforts to perfect these innovative systems, says the
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Thomas Nowak 14h
We need to activate end-users to accelerate the green energy transition. But how? This will be the key question at our joint event during . I am happy to moderate and you can still registeR:
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IRENA 16h
With careful planning & the right infrastructure in place, could be the future's battery banks, stabilising electric grids powered by wind & solar energy. explores smart charging potential
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Power Africa 18h
welcome’s Director-General Francesco La Camera to deliver a keynote about achieving universal electricity access.
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Andrew Herscowitz 18h
Proud to have Director-General Francesco La Camera join the Field Coordination Meetings in Johannesburg.
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IRENA 19h
💡New Tracking : The Energy Progress Report shows promising progress towards achieving universal electricity access. ⚡️In 2016, ' share of total final energy consumption increased at the fastest rate since 2012—reaching almost 17.5% 👉
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IRENA 21h
, combined with deeper electrification, can make up 75% of the carbon dioxide reductions needed from energy-related emissions, to meet the by 2050. 's 'Global Energy Transformation' explains:
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IRENA 23h
Working closely with , has assessed whether the country's power system is flexible enough to cope w/ a high variable penetration — see the findings of the Agency's FlexTool
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IRENA May 21
More & more devices are connecting to the internet, creating an Internet-of-Things and accelerating . See how in digitalisation is going to transform the power sector in 's Innovation Landscape report:
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IRENA May 21
Growing cities need power, heat & water in rapidly rising quantities. ’s third largest city, is encouraging the widespread use of water heaters as a way to help meet its energy needs sustainably.
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IRENA May 21
Attending next week in ? Join 's session focused on long-term energy scenarios for the energy transition. More details at and
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IRENA May 21
Latest data from , shows capacity increased 7.9% to 171 GW in 2018 — bolstered by new & energy additions, which accounted for 84% of the growth
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IRENA May 21
are getting bigger and bigger. discusses this growing trend which has led to turbine blades as long as football pitches:
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Andrew Herscowitz May 21
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IRENA May 21
Achieving targets by 2030 can save the region’s power sector 354 million barrels of oil equivalent in fossil fuel consumption. Read ’s new regional market analysis:
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