With an amplified sense of urgency for more ambitious climate action, countries around the world are increasing their renewable energy targets and measures. In the light of major transformations of the energy system, renewable energy (RE) policies need to ensure that clean energy will be scaled-up, affordable and integrated into the power system. Well-designed market-based policies, particularly auctions, can implement Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), attract investments, and reduce costs.
During the last United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow (November 2021), our AURES II team organized a hybrid side event at the EU Pavilion under the title “De-risking & scaling-up renewables through market-based policies – practices from EU & the world”.
The event was recorded and can be accessed here.
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