• IEA - Managing the Seasonal Variability of Electricity Demand and Supply

    This report assesses the impact of weather-related variability on system operations across seasons and between years in different climatic zones.The analysis is based on a joint electricity and hydrogen dispatch model, newly developed for this report and incorporated into the Global Energy and Climate Model, representing hour-to-hour operations for all hours of the year.

  • IEA - The Role of Carbon Credits in Scaling Up Innovative Clean Energy Technologies

    The IEA report explores how carbon credits can incentivise their deployment.

  • IRENA - Tracking COP 28 Outcomes: Tripling Renewable Power by 2030

    This report indicates that 2023 set a new benchmark in renewable power deployment, adding 473 GW to the global energy mix, with solar energy accounting for 73% of this growth. Conducive policies, together with geopolitical developments and falling costs, have catalysed rapid renewable energy growth in the world's fastest-expanding markets.

  • IEA- Renewables 2023: Analysis and forecast to 2028

    The report shows analysis on the sector, based on current policies and market developments. It forecasts the deployment of renewable energy technologies in electricity, transport and heat to 2028 while also exploring key challenges to the industry and identifying barriers to faster growth

  • IRENA - Renewable Energy Markets GCC 2023

    This report offers a comprehensive summary of the factors and advancements in the renewable energy sector within the region. It underscores the significant growth in the region's renewable power capacity, surging to over 5.6 gigawatts in 2022 from virtually zero just ten years prior. Despite this rapid progress, renewables constitute only a minimal proportion of the region's overall electricity generation capacity, with end-use sectors still heavily dependent on fossil fuels. Consequently, there is a pressing need for increased efforts to effectively translate ambitious targets into tangible on-the-ground outcomes.