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8115686 Renewable Energy Global Status Report

8115686 Renewable Energy Global Status Report

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Paper prepared forthe REN21Network byThe Worldwatch InstituteLead Author: Eric Martinot
Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century
REN21 is a global policy network aimed at providing a forum for international leadership on renewable energy.Its goal is toallow the rapid expansion ofrenewable energies in developing and industrial countries by bolstering policy development anddecision making on sub-national,national,and international levels.Open to all relevant and dedicated stakeholders,REN21 is a network ofthe capable and the committed which creates anenvironment in which ideas and information are shared and cooperation and action are encouraged to promote renewableenergy worldwide.REN21 connects governments;international institutions and organizations;partnerships and initiatives;and other stakeholders on the political level with those “on the ground.REN21 is not an actor itselfbut a set ofevolvingrelationships oriented around a commitment to renewable energy.The establishment ofa global policy network was embraced in the Political Declaration ofthe International Conferencefor Renewable Energies,Bonn 2004 (Renewables 2004),and formally launched in Copenhagen in June 2005.
Thomas Becker
 Ministry ofthe Environment Denmark
Mohammed Berdai
Centre de Développement des EnergiesRenouvelables Morocco
James Cameron
Climate Change Capital 
Paulo Cypriano
Embassy ofBrazil in Germany 
Michael Eckhart
 American Council on Renewable Energy 
David Hales
Worldwatch Institute
Rainer Hinrichs-Rahlwes
Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Germany 
Neil Hirst
Energy Technology Collaboration DivisionInternational Energy Agency 
Michael Hofmann
German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development 
Richard Hosier
Global Environment Facility 
Jackie Jones
Department for Environment,Foodand Rural AffairsUnited Kingdom
Stephen Karekezi
 African Energy Policy Research Network
Li Junfeng
 National Development and ReformCommission,Energy Research InstituteChinese Renewable Energy Industries AssociationChina
Susan McDade
Energy Environment GroupUnited Nations Development Programme
Jennifer Morgan
Climate Change Programme,WWF 
Paul Mubiru
 Ministry ofEnergy and Mineral Development Uganda
Rajendra Pachauri
The Energy and Resource InstituteIndia
Wolfgang Palz
World Council for Renewable Energy 
Mark Radka
Division ofTechnology,Industry and EconomicsUnited Nations Environment Programme
Peter Rae
World Wind Energy Association
Artur Runge-Metzger
DG Environment: Climate,Ozoneand Energy European Commission
Jamal Saghir
Energy and Water The World Bank
Steve Sawyer
Climate and Energy Greenpeace
Ernst-Christoph Stolper
 Network ofRegional Governments for Sustainable Development nrg4SD
Griffin Thompson
Department ofStateUnited States
Arthouros Zervos
European Renewable Energy Council Global Wind Energy Council 
Ton van der Zon
 Ministry ofForeign Affairs,DGIS Netherlands
Suggested Citation
REN21 Renewable Energy Policy Network.2005.“Renewables 2005 Global Status Report.Washington,DC:Worldwatch Institute.
REN21 Steering Committee

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