Antigua and Barbuda possesses abundant renewable energy resources, including considerable solar, wind, biomass and ocean potential. This Renewables Readiness Assessment (RRA) presents a set of clear and practical steps for these islands to maximise renewables in the energy mix.
The Roadmap charts a path for the Government of Antigua and Barbuda, providing options for achieving a 100% renewable energy share in both the power and transport sectors.
IRENA report shows renewable generation, green hydrogen and EVs are the most cost-effective energy strategy for the Caribbean island.
Developing Antigua and Barbuda’s abundant renewable energy resources will enable the country to meet a large share of its energy demand sustainably with renewables, according to a report released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
Costa Rican cities like Cartago, Grecia, and Guanacaste have witnessed a remarkable increase in e-mobility infrastructure, thanks to a robust policy framework.
Led by the IRENA’s Director-General, Francesco La Camera, the Agency undertook a four-day mission to Indonesia from 24-27 July.
The capacity building event is expected to contribute to the improvement of PPAs in the Atlantic, Indian Ocean, South China Sea (AIS) region.
To discuss the challenges faced by developing countries in mobilising capital, IRENA, the governments of Germany and the UAE co-organised a side event.
The event will mark the launch of the latest IRENA brief on the role of women in the solar PV sector.
The first meeting of Working Group III – ESG and Mining – will take place virtually on 12 September 2022.