This report for the Italian G7 Presidency identifies priority areas for potential collaboration between the G7 and Africa to advance the continent’s energy transition. Africa stands at a crucial crossroads in its developmental trajectory, and energy plays a pivotal role in shaping its future.

This report from IRENA's Collaborative Framework on Green Hydrogen assesses progress in green hydrogen deployment. The report gauges the success achieved to date in translating green hydrogen strategies and plans into actions – particularly in the context of green hydrogen supply and demand structures.

A decade on from its launch, the Global Atlas for Renewable Energy continues to represent a unique, free global resource for assessing the renewable potential of countries and regions.

Small Island Developing States (SIDS) account for less than 1% of global greenhouse gas emissions, and yet they are home to some of the world’s most climate-vulnerable populations, making action to mitigate global heating urgent. Renewables hold substantial promise for SIDS.

Highlighting the continued progress achieved in the global energy transition, this latest edition of IRENA’s Renewable capacity statistics illustrates the growth of renewables in new installed power generation capacity in 2023. By the end of 2023, renewables accounted for 43% of global installed power capacity.

This report presents key findings from a series of IRENA virtual knowledge exchanges on renewables-based clean cooking solutions in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.

his World Energy Transitions Outlook brief provides the latest tracking data and analysis of global progress towards the goal to triple global renewable power capacity by 2030.

This report proposes a comprehensive classification of energy sources and products to address the lack of standardised global energy statistics – an issue that continues to undermine effective policy-making and international collaboration in the context of the energy transition.

This study assesses the potential for bioenergy production using various feedstocks such as sugarcane, oil palm, and municipal solid waste in six Caribbean small island developing states – Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and Guyana.

This report presents the outcomes of an IRENA workshop, held in São Paulo in March 2023, that explored potential pathways for the development of bioenergy in Latin America and issued key recommendations to facilitate the creation of a bioenergy market in the region.