The International Geothermal Association (IGA), founded in 1988, is a scientific, educational and cultural organization. As of 2016, the IGA has more than 5,000 members in over 65 countries.
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This renewable energy country profile is a knowledge product derived from the SREP IP, with the objective of showcasing the renewable energy status of Mail, development options, and opportunities and constraints.
The key challenges facing Africa’s power sector are inadequate generation capacity, limited electrification, low power consumption, unreliable services, high costs, and a financing gap of approximately $23 billion a year, according to the authors of this policy brief.
This paper investigates how leases are evolving to become “greener” in the United Kingdom and Australia.
IRENA estimates that with the right enabling policies, Africa could be home to more than 70 gigawatts of solar PV capacity by 2030.
The rapid growth of electric vehicle (EV) charging in the next decade will challenge traditional paradigms of regulation and policy in the electricity sector, according to the authors of this report.
This report discusses the energy sector in Nigeria and recommends five actions for harnessing the country's renewable energy potential: providing incentives for renewable energy uptake, ensuring sufficient and affordable capital financing, improving public understanding of renewable energy, cult
This report is based on a series of public lectures presented in 2008-2009 on the future of renewable energy in Australia. It outlines the state of the technological alternatives and provides a set of development options for consideration by Australian policymakers.
The purpose of this report was to assist European Commission Member State governments in preparing for the implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive (2009/28/EC) and to guide a European policy for Renewable Energy Standards (RES) in the mid- to long-term.
This paper aims to provide policymakers with evidence-based guidance from private sector financiers involved in renewable energy investments in developing countries.