• IRENA - Energy progress report 2022

    The Energy Progress Report assesses achievements in the global quest for universal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy by 2030. At today’s rate of progress, the world is still not on track to achieve the SDG 7 goals by 2030.

  • IRENA-Innovation outlook: Renewable ammonia

    Ammonia is one of the seven basic chemicals used to produce all other chemical products.This report focuses on renewable ammonia’s use as a carbon-free fuel and hydrogen carrier has been proposed, this has not yet been implemented at significant scale.

  • The future of energy storage

    The Future of Energy Storage study aims to shed light on a range of complex and vital issues involving energy and the environment. Energy storage will play an important role in achieving both goals by complementing variable renewable energy (VRE) sources such as solar and wind, which are central in the decarbonization of the power sector. The study will prove beneficial for a wide array of global stakeholders in government, industry, and academia as they develop the emerging energy storage industry and consider changes in planning, oversight, and regulation of the electricity industry that will be needed to enable greatly increased reliance on VRE generation together with storage.

  • WEF- Fostering effective energy transition

    This special edition report on global energy transition builds on the trends from the Energy Transition Index to provide perspective on the current challenges and recommendations on how to navigate the transition through a turbulent macroeconomic and geopolitical environment.

  • IRENA - Global hydrogen trade to meet the 1.5 C climate goal

    This report compares the transport of hydrogen by pipeline as compressed gaseous hydrogen with three shipping pathways: ammonia, liquid hydrogen and liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC). The focus is on hydrogen transport rather than the transport of commodities made using hydrogen (e.g. iron), noting that ammonia can be both a hydrogen carrier and directly used as a feedstock or fuel for different applications.