Unpacking the JET-P Pathway

On 6 and 9 February 2023, the Global Renewables Congress and the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Southeast Asia Regional Office organized an Insight Roundtable on Just Energy Transition – Partnerships (JET-Ps). They brought together NGOs and policymakers to facilitate discussions on the potential, challenges, opportunities, and unanswered questions related to energy transition partnerships, to explore what investments and partnerships on just energy transition could or should mean for the Southeast Asian region.

Developing a JET-P Compass: Policy Guidance for a successful energy transition

Many countries of the Global South are taking bold steps to accelerate their energy transition. Partnerships (including both South-South as well as South-North) can help countries to realize their ambitions and accelerate their progress toward a clean energy economy. Just Energy Transition Partnerships (JET-Ps) are emerging as a new and potentially powerful framework in this regard, opening up investment as well as new opportunities.

Background Paper for the MRU Region on Renewable Energy

This background paper gives an overview of the energy situation and policy frameworks of the Mano River Union (MRU) member states (Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast).

Study on RE Auctions: The Case for a Wider Energy Policy Mix in Line with the Objectives of the Paris Agreement

This report analyses policy instruments for grid-connected renewable energy deployment in the electricity sector, focusing on the shortcomings of auctions and novel ways of combining them with administratively set feed-in premiums or feed-in tariffs.


This policy brief describes the potential role of RE in Covid-19 recovery programs.

REPORT – High-Level Multi-Stakeholder Renewable Energy and Clean Cooking Conference for the Mano River Union

The report of the first Renewable Energy and Clean Cooking Conference in the Mano River Union sums up the outcomes of this High-Level Hearing.

Leveraging Climate Finance for the Global South – Policy Brief

A massive scaling up of renewable energies and the related climate finance on a global level is necessary to meet the 1.5°C limit from the Paris Agreement. This new policy brief discusses the existing climate finance tools and the economic specifics of the global south and distinguishes between the characteristics of domestic and international finance. Additionally, it will give a prospect of new finance possibilities in the near future.


GRC General Brochure

A short brochure introducing the Global Renewables Congress.