This study highlights key pilot projects, showcases innovative solutions and provides insights based on Sweden’s experience with the transition to 100% renewable power.
During the 37th edition of the International Energy Workshop (IEW) on 19 June 2018 at Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) held a side event on improving the quality and use of long-term energy scenarios in guiding the clean energy transition.
The workshop on ‘Sharing experiences in applying innovative solutions to achieve 100% renewable power systems’ was held online and connected representatives from countries to explore the most disruptive innovations enabling the rapid uptake of a high share of variable renewables in power systems by mid-century
Active forest management has helped to boost bioenergy resources. Swedish experience offers valuable lessons for emerging markets.
This workshop was part of the experience-sharing programme on innovative solutions for very high shares of renewable power by mid-century, supported by the government of Sweden and in collaboration with the government of Uruguay.
Cooperation to focus on accelerating innovation through knowledge exchange and cross-border collaboration.
This event will feature think tanks as well as renewable energy development agencies, and describing the India’s power sector water risks assessment targeting governments and investors. In addition, the session will highlight how advancing cooling technology and shifting power mix towards more solar PV and wind could help the sector’s dependency on water while...
The Ninth Clean Energy Ministerial / Third Mission Innovation Ministerial (CEM9/MI-3) were co-hosted by the European Union together with Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and the Nordic Council of Ministers.
This collection of country profiles takes stock of the latest developments in renewables at a country level around the European Union.