Berlin, Germany - On 04 February 2010, Tonga and Serbia ratified the IRENA Statute, Denmark joined one day later on 05 February.
The report outlines ways in which cities can catalyse the shift to a low-carbon future, in turn supporting regional and national governments with the achievement of sustainable energy targets.
The report outlines ways in which cities can catalyse the shift to a low-carbon future – in turn supporting regional and national governments with the achievement of sustainable energy targets and the realisation of global climate objectives.
This webinar presented main findings of the new report, with a view toward the motivations and objectives that compel cities to act; the variety of drivers that either enable or constrain cities’ actions and thus influence what they can do; and the policy tools they can apply. Shaped by these factors, cities can play a multitude of roles.
This report analyses the regional energy landscape, potential and costs, policy and investment needs, and expected socio-economic impact from a shift to renewables.
In the framework of the project “Energy Solutions for Cities of the Future”, IRENA organised a capacity building event on the integration of low-temperature renewable energy sources into district energy systems targeting Southeast Europe.
Organised within the framework of IRENA’s Regional Initiative in South East Europe, the workshop aimed to enhance local capacities in developing renewable energy projects, including with regards to improving conditions for financing projects.
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