IRENA and AOSIS signed an agreement today at COP26, known as ‘Adaptation Day’, that will see the two organisations work closely to mobilise climate finance and to advance the deployment of renewable energy across Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
IRENA offers recommendations to diversify the country’s energy mix to mitigate the effects of climate change and boost economic development.
Representatives from over 50 IRENA member countries gathered for the first meeting of the Collaborative Framework for Just and Inclusive Energy Transitions. The meeting took place during the last week’s IRENA Council and was co-facilitated by the United States and South Africa.
The training for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, provided a basic training on the IRENA FlexTool in the context of the ongoing initiatives in this region.
This report aims to support Albania on its path towards integrating a higher, more diversified share of renewable energy in its national energy mix.
The virtual launch featured the official publication of the RRA Albania. The event served as a platform to address important topics relevant to the renewable energy development and deployment in Albania amongst government officials and the involved stakeholders and partners.
New IRENA report explores cost-effective growth of renewables in Central and South Eastern Europe to save costs, enhance energy security and supply affordable energy to all citizens in the region.
Renewables could meet more than one-third of energy demand across Central and South-Eastern Europe cost effectively by 2030 with key decisions taken now.
The 4th edition of the Global Renewable Energy Forum (GREF) was organised by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Bonn Office in cooperation with IRENA and the UNFCCC.
The UK COP26 Presidency, in collaboration with IRENA, hosted a virtual COP26 Climate Dialogue with ASEAN on Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and Long-Term Strategies (LTS).