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    Global Renewable Energy Status

    Christine Lins Executive Secretary [email protected]

    Les Energies Renouvelables au Service de l‘Humanité Paris, 3rd October 2013

    mailto:[email protected]

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    Renewable Energy in the World

     RE supplied an estimated 19% of global final energy consumption in 2011.  UN Secretary General’s goal : doubling the share of renewable energy in the

    global energy from 18 % (base year 2010) to 36 % mix by 2030.

    Source: REN21 Renewables 2013 Global Status Report

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    Global Market Overview – Power Markets

     Renewable energy comprises more than 26% of global power generation capacity.  21.7% of global electricity is produced from renewable energy.  Renewables accounted for just over half of the estimated 280GW of new electric

    capacity installed in 2012.

    Source: REN21 Renewables 2013 Global Status Report

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    Solar Photovoltaics (PV)

     Total global operating capacity of solar PV reached the 100 GW milestone.

     Prices of solar PV modules fell by more than 30 % in 2012.

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    Source: REN21 Renewables 2013 Global Status Report

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    Telecommunication meets renewables

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    Wind Power

     Almost 45GW of wind power capacity came in operation in 2012, increasing global wind capacity 19% to 283GW.

     Annual growth rate of cumulative wind power capacity between 2007-2012 averaged 25%.

    Source: REN21 Renewables 2013 Global Status Report

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    Technology evolution

    Source: European Wind Energy Association, 2010

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    Renewable Energy and Jobs

    Worldwide renewable energy employment continues to increase.  An estimated 5.7 million people work in the renewable energy sector.

    Data Source: IRENA , Renewable Energy and Jobs (2013)

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    Global New Investment in Renewable Energy

     Global new investment in renewable power decreased 12% from the previous year’s record (still the second highest ever).  Installed capacity

    continued to grow due to falling technology costs.

    Data source: UNEP FS/ BNEF Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2013

     Dramatic shift in the balance of new investment activity between developed and developing economies.  Developing countries reached USD 112 billion, representing 46% of the world total; this

    was up from 34% in 2011, and continued an unbroken eight-year growth trend.  Developed economies fell 29% to USD 132 billion, the lowest level since 2009.

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    Renewable Energy Policy Landscape

    Source: REN21 Renewables 2013 Global Status Report

     At least 138 countries had renewable energy targets by the end of 2012.  The number of countries with renewable energy targets more than doubled

    between 2005 and 2012.

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    Historic Projections Fall Short…

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    Future outlook – the best is yet to come

    SE4All target

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    In conclusion

    Achieving objectives will take bold policy action aimed at doubling or tripling financial flows.

    Stable and predictable policy frameworks are key for the industry.

    Doubling the share of renewables by 2030 will need to result in at least a tripling of the share of modern renewables incl. sustainable hydropower.

    Both centralised and decentralised renewables will be needed.

    Phase out of untargeted fossil fuel subsidies is indispensable (RE support is still 6 times less than fossil fuel subsidies).

     Integration of renewable energy will become more important.

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    Join REN21, the “coalition of the willing”

    “In the cold war, we had the space race: who could be the

    first to put a man on the moon.

    Today, we need the Earth Race: Winning the “Earth Race”

    requires major investments in clean technology development

    and deployment.”

    Thomas Friedman, New York Times

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