Led by efforts in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, the GCC has become crucial to global efforts in support of the energy transformation.
Hydrogen from renewable energy could play a central role in the global energy transformation. The latest report estimates that hydrogen from renewable power could translate into 8 per cent of global energy consumption by 2050.
In total, IRENA agreed six new partnerships – representative of the interconnected nature of the SDGs and reinforcing the fact that achieving a number of development goals is directly or indirectly dependent on the achievement of another.
With a number of countries pursuing 100 per cent renewable power generation targets, the islands are showing countries across the world what can be achieved through political will and collaborative effort.
Hydrogen from renewables can help tackle various critical energy challenges. It could offer ways to decarbonise a range of sectors where it is proving difficult to meaningfully reduce emissions, a new report finds.
The day proved beyond doubt that it is possible to mitigate catastrophic climate change and that the political will exists to take meaningful and immediate action.
By engaging young people and integrating their contribution into the Agency’s work, IRENA builds on the potential of the next generation for shaping the energy transition, addressing climate change and achieving Sustainable Development Goals...
Joined by the common goal to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) agreed to enhance existing cooperation.
Limiting global warming to 1.5°C goes hand in hand with shaping a prosperous, inclusive and sustainable world. With investment in energy transformation, it’s possible — Explore this interactive narrative containing graphs,...
IRENA will deliver a clear message during the 74th Session of the UN Assembly and the Climate Action Summit next week. Limiting climate change within 11 years is possible, but global energy investments must pivot away from fossil fuels and...