The first Policy Talk will be an occasion to launch the report
co-developed by IRENA and CPI,
the Global Landscape of Renewable Energy
Tuesday, 10 November 2020 at 15:00 CET
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) are pleased to invite you to their joint webinar, organised as part of the IRENA Policy Talks 2020 webinar series. Replacing the 6th Policy Day, IRENA Policy Talks 2020 provide a forum for renewable energy policy discussions where experiences and best practices in policy design and implementation can be shared to support the efficient deployment of renewable energy, and the maximisation of the benefits realised. The Policy Talks generate feedback from IRENA Member States, policy makers and experts, which provides key input to support IRENAs implementation of the Work Programme in the policy realm, to ensure relevance and accuracy.
Presenting the findings of the joint report, this Policy Talk will focus on the trends in renewable energy finance and the actions needed to attract investments at scale to put the world on track to achieving climate and development goals. Expert panellists will discuss the latest trends and actions needed to scale up renewable energy investments, and interventions from policy makers will also be made to share experiences as well as best practices in the implementation of financing instruments that have been used to attract private investments in the renewable energy sector
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