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.
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What makes REN21 unique?
Science and Academia
Members at large
What does it mean to be a REN21 member?
Membership does not require any financial commitment. Instead, members are required to
contribute to the work of our community of 2000+ committed members. Examples include:
• providing up–to–date data during data collection process for the status reports, e.g., sharing
insights via an interview
• taking part in the peer–review process of our different report series
• participating in the annual Steering Committee or General Assembly meeting
• participating in REN21 events, e.g., REN21 Academy, International Renewable Energy
Conferences, informal get–together (IRECs)
• supporting REN21’s outreach and communication activities
• being an ambassador for REN21 within and outside of the renewable energy community
• supporting work with voluntary financial contribution
How to become a member?
Send a letter addressed to Rana Adib, Executive Director (email@example.com) copying Laura
Williamson, Membership & Institutional Partnerships (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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 approved by the REN21 Bureau.