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IEA is on a mission to slash the costs of renewable energy in the developing world.

The International Energy Agency is gearing up to shake things up in the world of clean energy investment. Following the groundbreaking COP28 summit, the IEA's Executive Director has vowed to rally the World Bank, regional development banks, and other key players to make investing in clean energy a top priority for developing countries.
At the recent COP28 United Nations climate conference, world governments committed to tripling renewable energy generation capacity by 2030 and bidding farewell to fossil fuels. However, the critical issue of financing the transition to clean energy in developing countries remains unresolved. The IEA is on a mission to tackle this challenge head-on and ensure that clean energy investments flow into emerging and developing nations.
It's great to see the International Energy Agency (IEA) working to reduce renewable energy costs in the developing world. This initiative has the potential to increase access to clean energy and drive sustainable development in those regions.
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https://www.reuters.com/sustainability/climate-energy/iea-working-cut-renewable-energy-costs-developing-world-2023-12-22/



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  • Ann Nyambura

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    A positive and necessary step

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    • George Kariuki

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      Finally! The IEA taking on the crucial challenge of affordability for renewable energy in developing countries is a game-changer.

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      • We Don't Have Time

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        • johnte ndeto

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          This will really encourage the use of clean energy

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          • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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            The International Energy Agency (IEA) is taking a proactive stance in the aftermath of the COP28 summit by prioritizing the reduction of renewable energy costs in the developing world. The commitment to rallying key players, including the World Bank and regional development banks, signals a concerted effort to make clean energy investments a top priority for developing nations. While the COP28 summit saw global commitments to triple renewable energy capacity and phase out fossil fuels by 2030, the financial aspect of transitioning to clean energy in developing countries remained a significant challenge. The IEA's mission to address this challenge head-on is commendable, as it seeks to ensure that clean energy investments flow into emerging and developing nations.

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            • Rotich Kim

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              This is good it will boost underdeveloped countries

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              • Gorffly mokua

                16 w

                It's great to see organizations like the International Energy Agency (IEA) working to make renewable energy more accessible and affordable in developing countries.

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                • Joseph Githinji

                  16 w

                  @gorffly_mokua this is a great step in the right trajectory indeed.

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                • Elizabeth Gathigia

                  16 w

                  Thats positive initiative IEA is taking, this will definitely help the developing nations to transit to clean energy faster

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                  • Joseph Githinji

                    16 w

                    @elizbeth_gathigia supporting the vulnerable nations is so significant, the planet belongs to all of us and aiding the developing nations do better in clean and renewable energy is commendable.

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                  • Princess

                    16 w

                    That's a commendable mission by the IEA!

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                    • Jane Wangui

                      16 w

                      Cutting costs of renewable energy will ease the transition from fossil fuels.Baby steps.

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                      • Joseph Githinji

                        16 w

                        @jane_wangui vital steps to boost transition to clean and renewable energy.

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                      • Joseph Githinji

                        16 w

                        This is a great idea , International Energy Agency (IEA) working to resuce renewable energy cost in the vulnerable nations means that they can also grow at the same pace with the richer nations. For better results on the fight against climate change,the planet needs such a wholistic approach to save the world.

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                        • CHRIS NGATIA

                          16 w

                          This is a great positive impact .. This will definitely help

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                          • walter lungayi

                            16 w

                            @chris_ngatia I strongly agree

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                            • Rotich Kim

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                              @chris_ngatia This will provide more solution

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