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IRENA emphasises the role of hydropower in achieving energy transition

Hydropower is the largest source of renewable electricity worldwide and advancing its deployment is essential in driving the energy transition forward.
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IRENA and GWEC target 380GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030

IRENA and GWEC have announced compact to ensure sustainable energy for all that helps the global battle against climate change.
IRENA, Hydrogen Council's directors sign MoU on green hydrogen deployment

IRENA partners with Hydrogen Council on increased green hydrogen deployment

IRENA and the Hydrogen Council seek to speed up the global energy transition by supporting the increased deployment of green hydrogen.

Botswana’s renewables resources present big opportunities

Significant renewable energy potential presents opportunities for Botswana to enhance energy security and increase access to modern energy services.

IRENA expands renewable energy cooperation with the Chinese government

With the aim to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy to mitigate climate change, the Chinese government has extended its cooperation with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

Energy transition presents profitable prospects for investors – IRENA

The energy transition across the globe presents a big business opportunity for stakeholders in various sectors, according to IRENA's World Energy Transitions Outlook.
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Togo unveils its first renewable energy project

The 50MW Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed solar power project, one of the largest solar energy projects in West Africa, is now operational.

PEI Connect: Bitcoin mining goes green in El Salvador

Take a look at El Salvador's plan to use volcanic geothermal as a clean energy source to mine Bitcoin.
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Inequalities must be addressed to ensure universal energy access

Unless efforts are scaled up significantly in countries with the largest deficits, the world will still fall short of ensuring universal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy by 2030.

Tunisia needs capital injection to meet 2030 renewables target

If Tunisia wants to meet their 30% electricity from renewables by 2030 target, they need new streams of capital to extend credit facilities to the industry.