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Score: 551652.25 - https://unece.org/ru/node/13254
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Microsoft Word - Briefing_note.doc Informal Briefing to Delegations on Renewable Energy Date and Venue: Thursday, 29 October 2009, 3:00-4:30pm; Henry Labouisse Hall, UNICEF House, New York Objective: To brief delegations on renewable energy in the context of climate change and sustainable development, especially on the Secretary-General’s Report on New and Renewable Sources of Energy that was just recently submitted to the General Assembly and the outcome of the Global Renewable Energy Forum that was just concluded in Leon, Mexico To facilitate the negotiations on the Resolution on the Promotion of New and Renewable Sources of Energy that will officially start in the first week of November 2009 Speakers: Mr. (...) Yet, the total share of energy derived from renewable sources remains far below its vast potential. This is mainly due to the still high costs of many renewable energy technologies. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to increase their cost-competiveness, as renewable energy may provide the most cost-effective source of energy in the long run.
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Score: 551593.16 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...briefing1009/Briefing_note.pdf
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| Africa Renewal Skip to main content Get the free mobile apps Get the latest news from us on our apps.   Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Français Kiswahili 中文 Africa Renewal Africa Renewal Toggle navigation e-Magazine Stories Topics Climate Change Culture and Education Economic Development Gender Health Human Rights Peace and Security Sustainable Development Goals Youth Book Review Refugees & Migrants UN Affairs Search form Search Cover Story Beyond ending conflict in Africa, we must tackle its root causes — Hanna Tetteh, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General to the African Union By Kingsley Ighobor Web Feature Africa has a “window of opportunity” to avoid a new debt trap By Jocelyne Sambira Also Most African countries will be middle income by 2040 Interview with Carlos Lopes, executive secretary, Economic Commission for Africa By Africa Renewal Africa's Youth Africa’s greatest assets are its young people Interview with Ahmad Alhendawi, UN youth envoy By Africa Renewal ‘We need a sustainable path for our future’ Interview with Kumi Naidoo, executive director of Greenpeace International By Africa Renewal Equality ‘Renewed energy for women’s empowerment’ Interview with head of UN Women in Southern Africa By Africa Renewal Sustainable development ‘Only our collective voice will be heard’ Interview with Kumi Naidoo, executive director of Greenpeace International By Africa Renewal Interview Truth is the starting point An interview with Choi Young-jin, Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Côte d’Ivoire By Africa Renewal Interview End game in Côte d’Ivoire marks a new beginning Interview with Côte d’Ivoire’s UN Ambassador Youssoufou Bamba By Africa Renewal Interview ‘The priority is economic recovery’ By Africa Renewal Also ‘NEPAD is an African spirit for renewal’ Ten years old, the plan scores some gains, faces key tests By Africa Renewal Africa at 50 ‘A lot of reasons to be optimistic’ Cheick Sidi Diarra, UN special adviser on Africa, reflects on 50 years By Africa Renewal Web Feature ‘We have to deliver’ on Africa’s development, says NEPAD chief By Africa Renewal About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today. (...) Facebook Twitter Our Partners The Office of the Special Adviser on Africa (OSAA) New Partnership for Africa's Development (AUDA-NEPAD) United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) © United Nations Africa Renewal Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 551593.16 - https://www.un.org/africarenewal/topic/interview
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8th International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development, Astana, Kazakhstan, 11-14 June 2017 Day: 13 June: 16:00-17:30 – 14 June 9:00-10:30 Track I: Renewable Energy Organizers: UNECE, EU-TAF Target group: Public institutions, private sector, financial and international organizations interested in developing, promoting and investing in renewable energy projects in the Central Asia, the Caucasus and Eastern Europe. AGENDA 13 June Workshop: From Renewable Energy Pipeline Projects to Matchmaking (Conference Room #5) Time Content Resource person 16:00-16:05 Introduction Moderators: Gianluca Sambucini, UNECE Anca-Maria-Simion, EC (DEVCO) 16.05-16.20 Overview on EU initiatives EU Programmes and Financing Facilities on Renewable Energy Investment Anca-Maria-Simion, EC 16.20-17.05 Country presentations on Renewable Energy Projects  Renewable Energy Experiences/ Show Cases  Renewable Energy Investment Potentials and Project Pipeline  Renewable Energy Policy, Regulatory and Investment Environment  Barriers for Renewable Energy Upscaling 3 Country Representatives:  Ukraine – Sergey Savchuk, SAEE  Kyrgyzstan – Azamat Omorov/SCIE  Georgia –Margalita Arabidze, MoE 17.05-17,25 Project Pipeline Overview in the ECE region EU TAF (Deltcho Vitchev) / UNECE 17.25-17.30 Wrap-Up Moderators 14 June Workshop: Matchmaking for Renewable Energy Investment (Conference Room #1) Time Content Resource person 09.00-09.25 Country presentations on Renewable Energy Projects (continued)  Renewable Energy Experiences/ Show Cases  Renewable Energy Potentials and Project Pipeline  Renewable Energy Policy, Regulatory and Investment Environment  Barriers for Renewable Energy Upscaling 2 Country representatives:  Kazakhstan – Ainur Sopsanova, ME  Azerbaijan – Anar Suleymanov, AREA 09.25-10.25 “Jumpstarting Renewable Investments” Round Table with key stakeholders  What are key barriers and priorities from the investor perspective to facilitate renewable energy investments? (...)  Which instruments and financing mechanisms are missing for different renewable energy projects, from small to larger scale, off grid to on grid, etc.?
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Score: 551475.73 - https://unece.org/DAM/energy/s...chmaking/AgendaMatchmaking.pdf
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The renewal procedure of a “Category 2 institute or centre” (C2Cs) is comprised of four steps. 1. Renewal evaluation The renewal process is launched by UNESCO when it reminds the C2C in writing of the impending expiration of its agreement and status under the auspices of UNESCO. Should the Member State(s) wish to renew the C2C designation, it/they shall submit to UNESCO twenty-four to thirty-six months prior to the expiration of the agreement, a request for renewal of the agreement.
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Score: 551475.73 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/default/files/q3-c2c-renewal.pdf
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Awareness and lack of understanding of renewable energy are additional obstacles to further development of renewables in the region. (...) Funding institutions such as the SECO frequently provide grant funding to support the renewable energy auctions. III. Renewable energy market and industry overview 9. (...) Renewable energy targets for 2020 representing the participation of renewables in the energy mix were defined in Albania (38%) and Serbia (27%).
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Score: 551448.24 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...8/ECE_ENERGY_GE.7_2021_3_e.pdf
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What needs to change for the private sector to invest in renewable energy? How to stimulate investments to take advantage of Georgia’s significant and largely untapped renewable energy potential? These were some of the key questions discussed at the Renewable Energy Hard Talk on “New Possibilities for Developing Renewable Energy in Georgia” in Tbilisi on 13 December.   (...) As a result of this Hard Talk, renewed commitments were taken by the relevant national authorities to ensure a clear roadmap and policy framework for deploying renewables on a larger scale and for a wider range of renewable technologies (e.g. wind, solar, biomass).  
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Score: 551426.37 - https://unece.org/media/sustai...y/Energy-Efficiency/press/1457
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UNIDO will also focus on building capacity at all levels for renewable energy technologies, such as for the production and assembly as well as maintenance of renewable energy technologies, to create jobs for servicing the renewable energy industry and for reducing costs of the technology. (...) Support innovative business models to promote renewable energy as a business sector In order to accelerate the availability and use of renewable energy, UNIDO will also focus on fostering the potentials that are created by promoting renewable energy as a business sector. (...) Besides promoting the deployment of renewable energy solutions, UNIDO will focus on building capacity at all levels of renewable energy policy and the regulatory framework, so that communities, institutions and governments are able to create an enabling framework for the development of mini-grids based on renewable energy technologies.
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Score: 551140.23 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...roductive-use/renewable-energy
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ECE/ENERGY/GE.7/2021/2 Economic Commission for Europe Committee on Sustainable Energy Group of Experts on Renewable Energy Eighth session Geneva, 5-6 October 2021 Item 11 of the provisional agenda Report of the meeting Report of the Group of Experts on Renewable Energy at its Eighth Session1 The Group of Experts on Renewable Energy: I. (...) Gurbuz Gonul (International Renewable Energy Agency), Ms. Rana Adib (Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century), Ms. (...) Expressed appreciation for the progress made in the uptake of renewable energy and the subsequent needed policy options from the perspective of renewable energy. 14.
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Score: 551030.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...RGY_GE.7_2021_Report_final.pdf
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By Africa Renewal I’m helping fight COVID-19 in Cameroon — Dr. (...) By Africa Renewal Health care: from commitments to action Governments should concentrate on providing basic health care and affordable drugs By Africa Renewal AFRICAWATCH By Africa Renewal Poverty 'stalls' further spread of democracy By Africa Renewal The African Union is launched Hopes for a Union responsive to the people of Africa By Africa Renewal Global pressures and popular energies By Africa Renewal Money awaits viable projects, says African bank By Africa Renewal 'You must first set your house in order' Create the conditions for integration, says Prof. Adedeji By Africa Renewal African economies show an upturn But performance remains vulnerable and uneven, reports ECA By Africa Renewal A 'disappointing' decade for Africa Independent panel proposes UN General Assembly support NEPAD By Africa Renewal Africa in brief By Africa Renewal Africa Watch By Africa Renewal 'Africa has come of age' General Assembly debates New Partnership, peace efforts By Africa Renewal AIDS: a 'real weapon of mass destruction' By Africa Renewal Africa Watch By Africa Renewal Africa in brief By Africa Renewal Building peace in West Africa Mohamed Ibn Chambas: 'We are not shy about taking the initiative' By Africa Renewal I was tested to the limit — Rwanda genocide survivor By Africa Renewal From strife to revival, Mogadishu holds hopes and dreams The Somali capital is in recovery mode despite many challenges By Africa Renewal Unmanned aerial vehicles are effective in protecting civilians—Hervé Ladsous By Africa Renewal Steady progress on many Millennium Development Goals continues in sub-Saharan Africa By Africa Renewal Images of peacekeeping in Western Sahara UN mission promotes political settlement By Africa Renewal Building peace in West Africa Mohamed Ibn Chambas: 'We are not shy about taking the initiative' By Africa Renewal Killings and hunger stalk western Sudan Armed attacks on villagers set off a major humanitarian crisis By Africa Renewal Mixed results for regional economic blocs ECA highlights progress and shortcomings of African integration By Africa Renewal Progress in tackling Africa's conflicts But poverty, weakness of democracy hinder peace efforts, Annan reports By Africa Renewal Africa's youth on the edge of the chasm Stephen Lewis raises alarm over loss of young women to HIV/AIDS By Africa Renewal African plan advances, says UN Annan urges more consistent backing for NEPAD By Africa Renewal Joining business and Africa's development African private sector urged to invest in NEPAD priorities By Africa Renewal Scientist wins prize for new African rice By Africa Renewal Small steps can make a big difference Achieving Millennium goals requires "practical investments" By Africa Renewal Africa Watch By Africa Renewal ‘A common vision for agriculture-led growth’ NEPAD adds value to Africa’s farming sector, says Glenn Denning By Africa Renewal Most African countries will be middle income by 2040 Interview with Carlos Lopes, executive secretary, Economic Commission for Africa By Africa Renewal Somali diaspora’s remittances cast a lifeline Interview with a money transfer chief executive By Africa Renewal Africa Wired Kenya pushes technology into overdrive By Africa Renewal Africa’s greatest assets are its young people Interview with Ahmad Alhendawi, UN youth envoy By Africa Renewal Somali diaspora’s remittances cast a lifeline Interview with money transfer chief executive By Africa Renewal Africa Watch For better quality education in Africa By Africa Renewal ‘Ensure that everyone benefits from economic gains’ Interview with Maged Abdelaziz, UN special adviser on Africa By Africa Renewal Africa Wired By Africa Renewal Photo highlights of the General Assembly Africa Renewal goes behind the scenes at United Nations Headquarters during the 67th UN General Assembly By Africa Renewal Desertification a threat to Africa’s development Exclusive interview with Luc Gnacadja, head of UN desertification convention By Africa Renewal ‘Invest in the people,’ says Seychelles president Exclusive interview with James Alix Michel By Africa Renewal For girls, ‘it is possible to dream big’ Interview with Juliana Rotich, a leading African voice on tech By Africa Renewal ‘We need a sustainable path for our future’ Interview with Kumi Naidoo, executive director of Greenpeace International By Africa Renewal Three women laureates Wangari Maathai, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Leymah Gbowee By Africa RenewalRenewed energy for women’s empowerment’ Interview with head of UN Women in Southern Africa By Africa Renewal African women: asserting their rights Introduction to the Special Edition on Women By Africa Renewal African schools keep an eye on the prize Meeting the target for universal primary education By Africa Renewal ‘Green economy’: empty rhetoric or pathway to future?
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Score: 494621.53 - https://www.un.org/africarenewal/author/africa-renewal
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