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Can the Middle East’s renewable energy targets become more than an aspiration?

The increasing cost-effectiveness of wind and solar energy will lead to a growth in generation from these two sources within the Middle East.

Under-subscribed renewable power auctions a concern in Europe

The report discusses renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework.

Auctions play a crucial part in Brazil’s renewable power expansion

The renewable power market has developed rapidly in Brazil in recent years, thanks to its remarkable progress in the wind, biopower, and solar power sectors.

Kazakhstan likely to miss its revised 2030 renewable target

Kazakhstan achieved its short-term target of generating 3% of its electricity from renewables in 2020.

Africa’s rapidly growing energy transition opportunity

The continent has some of the greatest potential for renewable energy in the world.

Argentina risks falling short of 2025 renewable generation target

Currently, gas-based thermal accounts for nearly 60% of Argentina’s annual generation.

Bangladesh leans towards coal-based power as renewables face challenges

In 2021, solar PV accounted for 98.6% of the renewable installed capacity in Bangladesh.

Supply security through hydro enables Laos to expedite renewables development

Laos has a target to achieve 30% of its energy consumption from renewable sources by 2025.

Malaysia renewables growth hindered by absence of robust policies

Malaysia should look to create partnerships that enable technology transfer and improve efficiency of renewable power plants.

Asia embraces renewable energy

Asia’s overall power capacity is forecast to see a continuous increase in renewable capacity, reaching 63% in 2035.