Be a part of REN21’s first regional status report for the Asian continent! We are excited to announce that the data collection for the Asia and the Pacific Renewable Energy Status Report has started this week! This report will map the current range of renewable energy development across the region; showcasing to decision makers, global investors and potential promoters of renewables. We are looking for data across the region, so if you are interested in sharing your insights about renewable energy developments across sub-regions, relevant technologies and activities in Asia and the Pacific, please click here. All contributors will be acknowledged. Produced in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia-Pacific, the report will be a key input to the International Renewable Energy Conference Seoul 2019, known as KIREC, that will take place in October. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. The deadline ends on 15 May 2019.
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Calling for cities experts to participate in our *Second Round* of data collection process for the first edition of the Renewables in Cities Global Status Report! Given the positive response, we received the first round, we are now inviting you for a second one. Be part of the inclusive effort to create data-based evidence on the role that cities and local initiatives play in advancing the global renewable energy transformation! Deadline is 15 April. We are seeking input on: Drivers for renewable energy in cities Targets and policies Innovative business models How financing is mobilised Citizen involvement As this is a collaborative effort, REN21 invites a variety of players to submit information. Whether you are a city-level stakeholder, city expert, or come from industry, NGO, science or academia, if you have information on renewables in cities to share, we invite you to fill in this questionnaire. The second round builds on the success of the first round for data collection opened last February. Thank you for supporting us in shaping the energy debate in order to advance the transition to renewable energy in cities! Your participation is critical for the production of a balanced, comprehensive and high-quality first Renewables in Cities Global Status Report. All contributors and reviewers will be acknowledged in the final report. Should you have any questions or requests, free to contact us at email@example.com.
REN21 is seeking two dynamic individuals interested in gaining experience in the renewable energy sector. Community Management / Research Internship Communications Internship Both positions are full-time, paid, based in Paris, and will start in late August 2019. How to apply: Send your CV and a cover letter outlining your suitability and interest in the position to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please refer the respective application, “REN21 Community Management / Research Internship” or ” REN21 Communications Internship” in the e-mail header. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Application deadline for both internships: Sunday, 14 April 2019 Best of luck!
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REN21 is the global renewable energy policy network that connects a wide range of key actors. REN21’s goal is to facilitate knowledge exchange, policy development and joint action towards a rapid global transition to renewable energy. Its activities are managed by a lean Secretariat, based at UNEP in Paris, France.
REN21 facilitates the collection of comprehensive and timely information on renewable energy. This information reflects diverse viewpoints for both private and public sector actors, servicing to dispel myths about renewable energy and to catalyse policy change.
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