IRENA and IEA strengthen ties as cost estimates plummet for renewables

Michael Holder
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(L-R) IEA's Fatih Birol IEA and IRENA's Francesco La Camera | Credit: IRENA
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(L-R) IEA's Fatih Birol IEA and IRENA's Francesco La Camera | Credit: IRENA

Two international bodies agree to strengthen collaboration, as IRENA revises down its estimates for renewables costs through to 2050

Scaling up renewables capacity and electrifying infrastructure around the world could deliver more than three-quarters of the energy-related emissions reductions needed to meet global climate goals, according...

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