The Age of Renewable Power
‘The Age of Renewable Power’
Oktober 2015, 66 pagina’s
A new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) aims to assist countries in their transition to renewable energy-based power systems. The Age of Renewable Power, released today on the sidelines of the Innovation for Cool Earth Forum in Tokyo, identifies 20 measures that can be taken to support the development of national roadmaps to integrate variable renewables. It also highlights lessons learned by countries already pursuing a power system transformation.
The report finds that technology solutions to support renewable energy integration are already available, but other challenges remain. To develop a successful national strategy on power sector transformation, policy-makers must anticipate the effects this transformation will have on economic development, energy security and the environment. To do this, the report posits, policy-makers must ensure data collection and energy planning tools are in place, examine existing flexibility options, and secure human capacity to develop and adapt technologies to local conditions.
IRENA, persbericht, 8 oktober 2015: New IRENA Guide Helps Countries Integrate Larger Share of Renewable Energy
FluxEnergie, 8 oktober 2015: Meer duurzame energie: IRENA biedt landen hulp aan