REN21 and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) present the third, joint UNECE Renewable Energy Status Report 2022 focusing on 17 countries across South East and Eastern Europe, the
This report makes clear that there are many different approaches to renewable energy policy. Many factors influence the approaches that local governments choose. Some of these include geographic resource availability, financing availability, relationship to state and national governments, local regulatory authority and legal jurisdiction, social and cultural conditions,
Renewable energy offers the planet a chance to reduce carbon emissions, clean the air, and put the civilization on a more sustainable footing. It also offers countries around the world the chance to improve their energy security and spur economic development.
This fourth edition of REN21
<p>This report details trends in the renewable energy sector across the world. Finds that investment in renewable energy power capacity (excluding large hydro) in 2009 was comparable to that in fossil-fuel generation, at around $100 billion each. <br></p>