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MEXIREC 2017

MEXIREC 2017

The Government of Mexico has teamed up with REN21 – the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century – to organise the next International Renewable Energy Conference (IREC) in Mexico from 11-13 September 2017, within the framework of the Strategic Dialogues on the Future of Energy (DEMEX).   Read more.

Launch of Renewable Energy Tenders and Community [Em]power[ment]

Launch of Renewable Energy Tenders and Community [Em]power[ment]

The Renewable Energy Tenders and Community [Em]power[ment]: Latin America and the Caribbean report, looks at community [em]power[ment] in the context of renewable energy tenders in the LAC region. The report explores the status of both tenders and community energy projects in these countries and proposes an approach for how best to combine tenders with community involvement and empowerment.    The report will be launched at the Mexico International Renewable Energy Conference (MEXIREC) held 11-13 September, 2017.

Webinar – Advancing Renewable Energy Policy Development and Climate Action

Webinar – Advancing Renewable Energy Policy Development and Climate Action

Join REN21 and ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability in discussing what made 2016 another record year for renewables and how cities have contributed.   Learn more about the role of good data to improve renewable energy policies and foster climate action. The webinar will present the highlights of the newly released REN21 Renewables 2017 Global Status Report. ICLEI will showcase how local governments are already contributing to the energy transition through the overview of local renewable energy commitments and actions voluntarily reported in the carbonn Climate Registry. The City of Vancouver will share its experience on the relevance of data reporting for policy development and progress monitoring.   The webinar will take place Monday, Aug 28, 2017 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM CEST.   Agenda:   1. Welcome and introduction, Maryke van Staden, Director of the carbonn Center, ICLEI World Secretariat.   2. Presentations:   Local renewable energy commitments and actions – an overview of voluntarily reported data in the carbonn Climate Registry, Ana Marques Leandro, Senior Officer for Low-carbon Cities, ICLEI. The role of data reporting in Vancouver’s Greenest Cities and Renewable City plans, Lloyd Lee, Monitoring and Reporting Planner, City of Vancouver REN21’s Renewables2017 Global Status Report and Outlook for 2018, Rana Adib, Research Coordinator, REN21. 3. Questions and Answer   Register for the webinar here.   For more information about the event contact:   Ana Marques, Senior officer Low-carbon Cities: ana.marques@iclei.org ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, World Secretariat, Bonn, Germany.  

Authorship for Renewables 2018 Global Status Report

Authorship for Renewables 2018 Global Status Report

REN21 is looking for a consultant(s) to participate in the authorship of the GSR 2018.   Further information can be found through the following links:   Lead Authorship. Chapter Authorship.

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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.

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