Comprising two sessions, the Coalition for Action Mid-Year Strategy Meeting convened Coalition members to discuss the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the renewable energy sector and inform preparations for the Coalition for Action 2021 Annual Strategy Meeting.
The meeting will convene Coalition members to strategically discuss how the work of the Coalition can build on the success of 2020. Members will also decide on the Coalition work programme for 2021 and main action deliverables.
Over 100 leading players in renewable energy gathered under the IRENA Coalition for Action, have come together in a joint call for action, putting forward concrete recommendations on how governments can ensure a rapid and sustained economic recovery.
This webinar gathered public and private sector stakeholders to discuss key opportunities and challenges faced by companies setting and implementing corporate renewable energy heating and cooling targets, including how policies can be designed to effectively encourage the use of renewable heating and cooling in industry.
In a renewed call to action, over 100 leading renewable energy players, as members of the IRENA Coalition for Action, urge governments to place a renewables-based energy transition at the heart of an economic recovery from COVID-19 to secure a climate-safe future.
The fourth IRENA Policy Talk focused on citizen-led renewable energy projects – commonly referred to as “community energy” – and their potential to support an inclusive energy transition. Following a presentation on the findings of the IRENA Coalition for Action white paper Stimulating Investment in Community Energy, a panel discussion was held to...
A new strategic paper by IRENA’s Coalition for Action, Towards 100% Renewable Energy, shows more than 50 countries and over 280 states, regions and cities have already committed to some sort of 100% renewable energy target.
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) held the 7th meeting of its Council in Abu Dhabi with a record number of country representatives. Delegates from 96 countries travelled to Abu Dhabi to discuss climate change, the socio-economic benefits of renewable energy, and ways to accelerate its deployment in developed economies.