REmap 2030: Summary of findings (January 2014)

January 2014

REmap 2030 is a roadmap to double the share of renewable energy by 2030. It is the first global study to provide renewable energy options based on a bottom-up analysis of official national sources.

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) released this initial summary of findings in January 2014. An updated summary of findings was released in June 2014 along with the full report of REmap analysis to date.

The roadmap encompasses 26 countries representing three-quarters of current energy demand. In determining the potential to scale up renewables, the study not only focuses on technologies, but also on the availability of financing, political will, skills, and the role of planning.

Also see the REmap 2030 webpage for further, and continually updated, findings: Remap