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WEBINAR
IRENA Presents 
Renewable Energy and Jobs – Annual Review 2020

 

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) is pleased to invite you to its webinar, to present the seventh edition of Renewable Energy and Jobs – Annual Review:  


on Tuesday, 29 September 2020 at 16:00 GST


As countries continue to expand their renewable energy installations, they need to build a strong skills base. An ambitious package of policies and investments can create new jobs, leverage domestic industries, and drive a more resilient, low-carbon economy post-COVID-19.

The online launch event will feature a presentation of key findings from Renewable Energy and Jobs – Annual Review 2020, hear from a panel of invited experts, and explore the report’s significance in the context of maximising the benefits of the energy transition.  

 

 

Welcome remarks, scene-setting and panel moderation by:

 Francesco
La Camera

Director-General
IRENA

Rabia
Ferroukhi

Director – KPFC
IRENA

Hans Olav
Ibrekk

Policy Director

MOFA, Norway

 

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Business Report 1 July 2012. Optimal Energy chief executive Kobus Meiring is a disappointed man. The company is the developer of South Africa’s electric car but it officially closed on Friday with the loss of about 60 jobs. This follows its failure to get further funding from the government and the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)... http://www.iol.co.za/business/business-news/why-sa-s-electric-car-is-not-going-anywhere-1.1331580#.T_E37xcjGq8

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