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    • Solar, batteries and heat pumps led the green charge in 2023

      Electricity produced by new onshore wind turbines cost 3 euro cents (3 US-dollar cents) per kilowatt-hour (kWh) in 2022 on average worldwide, according to a report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

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    • What a real international climate breakthrough would look like

      Tripling the installed capacity of renewable energy by 2030, for instance, would be a good thing. And yet, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency, that is more than double the commitments made so far by the large countries in the Group of 20.

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    • COP28 Vows To Triple Renewables, Reverse Deforestation And Slow Oil

      The International Renewable Energy Agency commits to getting the Global South the financing it needs to green up — a pivotal element to reach 11,000 gigawatts by 2030. The agency will, therefore, focus on physical infrastructure, policy and regulation, and institutional and human capacity.

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    • Le cucine inquinano quanto gli aerei. Per questo c'è chi vuole cambiarle

      While the path to carbon neutrality is based on electrification, 2.3 billion people in Africa and Asia still use technologies based on highly polluting fuels for cooking, with serious repercussions on the environment and health. The data is from the 2023 SDG Tracking report by Irena, the International Renewable Energy Agency led by Italian Francesco La Camera.

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    • The tools used to track energy transition leaders & laggards

      The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) offers a searchable data catalogue covering annual deployment of renewable energy by type and country, as well as profiles on member countries and regions.

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    • What COP28 vow to triple renewable energy means for Asia

      On the weekend, the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) saw a milestone pact to supercharge the world's installed renewable energy infrastructure by 2030. The International Energy Agency called it the "single most important lever" to curb carbon emissions and avoid a tipping point in global warming.

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    • ¿Es realista el objetivo de triplicar las energías renovables?

      According to the joint report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Climate Policy Initiative (CPI), global investment in renewables reached a record €460 million in 2022, or less than 40% of the average annual investment for this decade.

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    • High cost of capital a bane for energy transition ahead of COP28

      Advocates for the energy transition are concerned ahead of the COP28 summit in Dubai about the high cost of capital available to make change happen, as policymakers ratchet up their rhetoric on the need for tight monetary policy.

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    • UAE supports global energy transition projects with $350m

      The signing was attended by Sultan Al-Jaber, minister of industry and advanced technology, UN Climate Change Conference president and chairman of EDB, and Francesco La Camera, IRENA’s director general.

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    • Now for Some Good News About Climate (Subscription)

      The International Renewable Energy Agency suggests the world's deployment of renewables must reach 1000GW annually to keep alive the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5°C .

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    • The state of the planet in 10 numbers

      To keep 1.5 degrees within reach, the International Renewable Energy Agency estimates that the world needs to add 1,000 gigawatts in renewable energy capacity every year through 2030.

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    • Why Renewables Are Key to COP28 Success

      Behind closed doors, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), an intergovernmental membership organization representing more than 160 countries, and the Global Renewables Alliance, an industry group representing thousands of companies, presented the roadmap they cooked up in partnership with the COP presidency.

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    • The struggles of the offshore wind industry

      Today’s farms can power millions of homes, while increases in turbine sizes and ultra-low interest rates helped push overall costs of construction and operation down 60 per cent between 2010 and 2021, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency.

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