Join us to find out what made 2016 another record year for renewables. Learn about how increased additions of solar PV and wind in the electricity sector have driven other energy sectors and how 2015 marks where, for the first time, investment by developing countries surpassed that of industrialised countries. 1.Domination of Renewables 2.Community Renewable Energy: Citizens involvement in the energy transition 3.Renewables Rising: The role of grid integration 4.Off-Grid Renewables: Energy Access and Market Opportunity Domination of Renewables June 1, 2016 16:00 CEST / 10:00 EDT / 22:00 CST Learn about how increased additions of PV and wind in the electricity sector have driven other energy sectors. Discover how the energy and power markets are increasingly affected by renewable energy uptake. Hear how investment in developing countries surpassed that of industrialised countries for the first time. A special section will look at the evolution of renewables in the North American context. There will be plenty of time for questions. Speakers: Christine Lins – Executive Secretary, REN21 Gregory Wetstone – President & CEO, American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) Register here Community Renewable Energy: Citizens involvement in the energy transition June 16, 2016 9:00 CEST / 3:00 EDT / 15:00 CST This webinar will begin with an overview of REN21’s newly released Renewables 2016 Global Status Report and will then look at the role of renewables in the community power. As REN21’s 2016 report shows, community energy initiatives are increasingly becoming...
Launch of GSR 2016
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The 3rd Arab Forum for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency” will be held on 1 -2 June 2016 at Intercontinental city stars. After successfully holding the forum in 2012 and 2014, The League of Arab States (LAS) in cooperation with the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA),the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE), The EU-funded project Energy Efficiency in the Construction Sector in the Mediterranean (MED-ENEC), the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy- Egypt, The German Development Cooperation (GIZ), Egyptera and the Arab Electricity Regulators are jointly organizing the 3rd Arab Forum for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency. The Forum is a high level Ministerial international/political/ technical forum held every two years under the patronage of H.E. the Secretary General of the League of Arab States. It accommodates high level governmental officials, Energy and Electricity Ministers, Heads of International and Regional Organizations, CEOs of top Business Firms and Companies in the Energy fields, and experts from the Arab region and the globe. The Arab Forum for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency addresses the current challenges towards future energy market transformation and transition in the Arab region, discussing the future role and impact of RE&EE development at economic, environmental and social levels. The Forum will also highlight the current most recognized positions and strategies towards the integration of RE&EE in the future Arab Energy mix. Please see attached the exhibition package. More details on the forum can be accessed here.
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is one of the oldest regional economic communities on the African continent. However regional challenges persist particularly around energy access and energy security. In order to help meet the region’s energy needs and increase the deployment of renewable energy and energy efficiency in the region, REN21 has produced the SADC Interactive Map. This SADC Interactive Map and the accompanying SADC Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Status Report, provide a comprehensive overview of renewable energy and energy efficiency policy and market developments across the 15-country region. Using the Interactive Map, information can be selected by country, technology or policies and targets.
The March 2016 edition of the REN21 newsletter has just been released. Sign up and join thousands of decision makers in the renewables and sustainability sphere who are following the activities of our extensive network. This March edition includes contributions by: REN21 Secretariat , IRENA, UNEP , IHA , GWEC , ISES , ECREEE , IGA , WBA , ARE, WWEA ,World Future Council and WWF. If you do not currently receive our newsletter, subscribe to the REN21 Newsletter today!
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