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    • Innovation landscape for smart electrification

      The world has already begun a historic shift towards cleaner sources of energy. Rapid reductions in the cost of solar and wind technologies have led to widespread adoption of these technologies, which are now dominating the global market for new power generation capacity.

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    • World Energy Transitions Outlook 2023

      Limiting global warming to 1.5°C requires cutting carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions by around 37 gigatonnes (Gt) from 2022 levels and achieving net-zero emissions in the energy sector by 2050

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    • Renewable energy and jobs: Annual review 2023

      This tenth edition of IRENA’s Renewable energy and jobs: Annual review, provides the latest data on renewable energy employment worldwide, as well as analysis of prevailing deployment trends and policy contexts.

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    • Geopolitics of the Energy Transition: Critical Materials

      The energy transition is off-track. The aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ripple effects of the Ukraine crisis have further compounded the challenges facing the transition. The stakes could not be higher - every fraction of a degree in global temperature change can trigger significant and far-reaching consequences for natural systems, human societies and economies.

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    • Tripling renewable power and doubling energy efficiency by 2030: Crucial steps towards 1.5°C

      Representing global perspectives within the renewable energy and climate change space, this report by the COP28 Presidency, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Global Renewables Alliance (GRA) provides recommendations on the means to triple renewable power generation capacity and double the energy efficiency improvement rate by 2030.

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