Regional/Thematic Interactive Maps


 Distributed Renewable Energy Map


Approximately 1.2 billion people (constituting 17% of the global population) live without electricity, with the vast majority in the Asia-Pacific region and sub-Saharan Africa. Distributed renewable energy (DRE) systems continue to play an increasing role in providing energy services to these populations. The DRE Interactive Map illustrates the market penetration of DRE systems in 2015 and documents known DRE projects to date. Capital raised by distributed renewable energy companies over the course of 2015 is also presented.

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 UNECE Regional Interactive Map

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The UNECE Renewable Energy Interactive map provides an intractive overview of the status of the renewable energy industry, policy and regulatory frameworks, and investment activities. It draws on information, collected during the production of the UNECE Renewable Energy Status Report, from national and regional sources and presents the most up-to-date summary of sustainable energy in: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Montenegro, Russian Federation, Serbia, Tajikistan, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

  SADC Interactive Map


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 Reportprovide 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.

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