This data set, updated yearly, tracks renewable power generation capacity over the preceding decade (2011-2020) in comprehensive trilingual tables.
Despite COVID-19 pandemic, more than 260GW of renewable energy capacity added globally in 2020, beating previous record by almost 50%.
The fourth edition of IRENA’s annual pre-Assembly Public-Private Dialogue took place virtually on 14 January 2021 (15:00 to 18:00 Gulf Standard Time) on the sidelines of the Eleventh Session of the IRENA Assembly.
The Forum convened parliamentary leaders from across the world to discuss global, regional and local agendas relating to a renewables-based energy transition and served as a platform for substantive dialogue amongst legislators and renewable energy experts on the acceleration of the deployment of renewables.
This publication presents statistics for the decade 2009-2018 in trilingual tables, covering off-grid power capacity, biogas production and numbers of people using off-grid power and biogas for cooking and lighting.
The ORES Conference has provided a forum to discuss how some of the challenges to collecting off-grid energy data might be overcome.
This statistical publication presents renewable power generation capacity statistics for the for the last decade (2010-2019).
IRENA’s first Global Renewables Outlook shows decarbonisation of the energy system supports short-term recovery while creating resilient and inclusive economies and societies.
Renewables sector adds 176 GW of generating capacity with solar and wind accounting for 90 per cent of additions.
This publication presents renewable power generation capacity statistics for the past decade (2010-2019).