Uruguay engaged with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) to explore the use of IRENA’s FlexTool methodology and see how this methodology could fit into the country’s planning process.
The Permanent Representative of Uruguay to IRENA, H.E. Ambassador Alvaro Ceriani, talked to us about transport, storage and knowledge-sharing.
On 8 November 2016, H.E. Mr. Raul Sendic, Vice-President of Uruguay, visited IRENA’s headquarters to show his support for the Agency and engage with IRENA’s Director-General, Adnan Z. Amin.
Uruguay ha colaborado con la Agencia Internacional de Energías Renovables (IRENA) para explorar la posible incorporación de la metodología de la herramienta FlexTool de IRENA en el proceso de planificación energética del país.
The meeting, facilitated by Uruguay, brought governments, regional organisations, public organisations, development banks and academia to facilitate cross-sectoral cooperation and knowledge sharing.
IRENA Members and private sector representatives join forces to modernise and refurbish the existing hydropower fleet around the globe.
The third Renewables Talk meeting presented an opportunity for IRENA’s Permanent Representatives to share unique examples and experiences from their countries in their journeys towards carbon neutrality.
IRENA's Collaborative Framework on "Enhancing Dialogue on the Integration of Higher Shares of Renewables in Energy Systems" met for the second time to further promote an exchange of knowledge and experiences.
IRENA Innovation Day took place on 16-17 July 2019 in Uruguay and focused on innovative solutions for the reliable integration of variable renewable energy in power systems, and showcased innovations in areas such as the role of digital technologies (blockchain, artificial intelligence, etc.), the electrification of transport & heat, the role of energy...
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