Upcoming Report: 2020 Renewable Energy Global Status Report
At REN21, working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic has not stopped us! Production of the 2020 Renewable Energy Global Status Report (GSR) continues with round two of the peer review process just closing.
The reporting process for the GSR embodies REN21’s core values of collaboration, rigor, transparency; our community work together to ‘make the invisible visible’ in the switch to renewable energy. The GSR process is collaborative, drawing on an international network of authors, contributors and reviewers. Our peer review process reflects this ethos, and we would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to the hundreds of reviewers for this year’s edition.
GSR 2020 will be launched mid-June. Celebrating its 15th year, the GSR continues its history of providing an overview of renewable energy markets, investments and policies around the world. You can find past editions of the GSR, along with sector specific images and figures as well as a library of all our publications, on our website. [https://www.ren21.net/reports/ren21-reports/]
- Solar PV overcomes 27 gigawatts, and total investment exceeds BRL 134.5 billion in Brazil, ABSOLAR reports
- Brazil accelerates in solar PV energy and becomes the eighth largest country in the world ranking of the source, informs ABSOLAR
- ISES SWC 2023 – Deadline for submissions extended
- Spain consolidates as the country with the cheapest energy in Europe thanks to solar energy.
- GSC welcomes calls for much-needed global renewables target, supports its development by COP 28