A number of policies are extremely popular with Americans in 2020 and have been consistently popular across past surveys as well. For example, huge numbers of Americans favor government effort to shift electricity generation away from fossil fuels and toward renewable energy sources.

Electricity generated from wind and solar is 30-50 per cent cheaper than previously thought, according to newly published UK government figures.

This report shows evidence that wind and solar have quickly increased to become a major source of electricity in most countries in the world, and are successfully reducing coal generation throughout the world.

IRENA has developed Guiding Principles for Engaging in Cooperation Activities with the Private Sector.

RES4Africa Foundation and Enel Foundation’s joint 3rd Flagship Publication “Scaling up Africa’s renewable power” is dedicated to de-risking renewable energy investments in Africa, at it is launched during a virtual event which sees the participation of key European and African institutions, as well as RE industry champions to shed light on the i

Impact investors have been criticized for investing mainly in foreign-owned clean energy access companies and ignoring local entrepreneurs in Africa. This working paper looks at the investments made by impact investors in clean energy access in Kenya, which has been the hub of renewable energy access investment in Africa.

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) produces comprehensive, reliable data sets on renewable energy capacity and use worldwide.

For several weeks now, Africa has been fighting against an invisible enemy: COVID-19.

The Local Government Renewable Actions Tracker (hereafter referred to as the “Tracker”) is a resource developed by the American Cities Climate Challenge Renewables Accelerator, a partnership between World Resources Institute (WRI) and Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) to help local governments procure renewable electricity.

Delayed investments in renewable energy projects can offset environmental gains during the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, according to a recent study.The global crisis, caused because of lockdowns in several parts of the world, will defer clean energy investments, said Kenneth Gillingham, the lead author of the study published in

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