Members

REN21 Secretariat

REN21 MEMBERS

REN21 members are industry associations, governments, inter-governmental organisations, NGOs, and academic and scientific institutions. An elected number of members form REN21’s Steering Committee – the main governing body of REN21.

On this page:

What makes REN21 unique?

Industry Associations

Inter-governmental Organisations

NGOs

Science and Academia

Governments

Afghanistan
Brazil
Denmark
Dominican Republic
Germany
India
Mexico
Norway
Republic of Korea
South Africa
Spain
United Arab Emirates
United States

Members at large

  • Michael Eckhart

  • Mohamed El-Ashry

  • David Hales

  • Kirsty Hamilton

  • Peter Rae

  • Arthouros Zervos

What does it mean to be a REN21 member?

REN21 members are expected to support REN21’s three main objectives:
  1. building collectively a sustainable energy future based on renewable energy,
  2. providing knowledge with data and information and,
  3. shaping debates to make how we think about renewable energy evolve.
REN21 welcomes new members wanting to join a coalition of the willing to advance the renewable energy transition. Joining REN21 enables members to:
  • Interact with other REN21 members
  • Promote their activities on the REN21 website and newsletter
  • Privileged access to and participation in REN21 events
  • Have premium access to REN21’s collaborative online platform

How to become a member?

Send a letter addressed to Rana Adib, Executive Director (secretariat@ren21.net) copying Vibhushree Hamirwasia, Community Manager (community@ren21.net), outlining your organisation’s interest in becoming a member. Please indicate what your organisation can bring to the REN21 community, e.g. in the form of knowledge, contacts, in-kind activities etc.

All membership applications are reviewed and subject to approval by the REN21 Bureau.