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2022 Year in Review: Climate-driven Global Renewable Energy Potential Resources and Energy Demand

Published in: 2023

The joint IRENA-WMO report analyses 30 years of data to offer insights into the effect of climate variability on selected renewable technologies and energy demand at global and regional levels. The effect of climate variability is presented by evaluating the changes of four energy indicators, namely, wind power capacity factor

Integrated Weather and Climate Services in Support of Net Zero Energy Transition

Published in: 2023
WMO No. 1312

This document provides the background and comprehensive guidelines required to strengthen the development, and enable a widespread uptake, of integrated weather, water and climate services for the energy sector needed to accelerate the transition towards net zero emissions.

2022 State of Climate Services: Energy report

Published in: 2022
WMO No. 1301

The report focuses on the issue of energy, a subject that continues to dominate discussion and debate as it effects every single community, business, sector and economy, in all parts of the world. Reaching net zero by 2050 will mean a complete transformation of our global energy system.

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Type: Publications

Source: UN-Energy

This section includes a broad selection of content including reports, analysis, and in-depth coverage on energy and SDG7 related issues, drawn on the experience and expertise of UN-Energy Members and Partners.

Type: Report

Source: IEA

Year: 2023

IEA is providing a 2023 update to its Net Zero Roadmap, drawing on the latest data and analysis to map out what the global energy sector would need to do, especially in the crucial period between now and 2030, to play its part in keeping the 1.5 °C goal in reach.

Type: Report

Source: REN21

Year: 2023

As the world’s only crowd-sourced report on renewable energy, the Renewables 2023 Global Status Report (GSR) is in a class of its own. It covers policies, markets, and much more, while telling the most up-to-date global story on renewable energy.