On the side-lines of COP26 in Glasgow in early November 2021, the Global Renewables Congress (GRC) held a couple of joint events to strengthen understanding of the relevance of involving and promoting parliamentary voices in climate negotiations and national climate action. By developing strategies for national energy systems powered by
This Policy Roundtable sought to gain a better understanding of the drivers for renewable energy deployment and how to strengthen their role in COVID-19 recovery packages of African countries. The roundtable aimed to unveil opportunities and legislative actions to strengthen the role of renewables in African societies to boost resilience and inclusiveness of recovery.
This policy dialogue “Making Change Happen: Boosting Parliamentary Action on Renewables” took place virtually. Members of Parliaments from around the world were invited to share their personal experiences and insights on how the role of renewables can be strengthened for an inclusive, green future post-COVID19.
In April 2021, following up the Mano River Union High-Level Conference on Renewable Energy and Clean Cooking in November 2019, the Global Renewables Congress provided support to the virtual MRU Stakeholders’ Dialogue on Renewable Energy and Clean Cooking Solution hosted by the MRU Secretariat and The Energy Nexus Network (TENN).
At this virtual policy dialogue, participating legislators exchanged experiences and discussed the opportunities and challenges posed by a clean and renewable energy transition as well as the required next steps in building the regulatory and policy framework to safeguard a welcoming environment for a future that is sustainable, resilient and inclusive.