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Renewables 2011 Global Status Report | REN21

Renewables 2011 Global Status Report | REN21

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Published by Uğur Özkan
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Published by: Uğur Özkan on Jul 15, 2011
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RnwblS 2011
 
GLOBAL STATUS REPORT
 
Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber
Ministry of Foreign AffairsUnited Arab Emirates
 Adnan Z. Amin
International Renewable EnergyAgency (IRENA)
Corrado Clini
Ministry for the Environment and TerritoryItaly
Robert Dixon
Climate and Chemicals TeamGlobal Environment Facility
Michael Eckhart 
Citigroup, Inc.United States of America
Mohamed El-Ashry
United Nations Foundation
Saliem Fakir
World Wide Fund for NatureSouth Africa
Deepak Gupta
Ministry of New andRenewable EnergyIndia
 Amal Haddouche
Ministry of Energy, Mines,Water and Environment Morocco
David Hales
College of the AtlanticUnited States of America
Kirsty Hamilton
Chatham HouseUnited Kingdom
St. John Hoskyns
Department of Energy &Climate ChangeUnited Kingdom
Didier Houssin
Directorate of EnergyMarkets and SecurityInternational Energy Agency
Tetsunari Iida
Institute for Sustainable EnergyPoliciesJapan
Øivind Johansen
Ministry of Petroleum and EnergyNorway
Mahama Kappiah
ECOWAS Regional Centre forRenewable Energy and EnergyEficiency (ECREEE)Cape Verde
Manfred Konukiewitz
Federal Ministry for EconomicCooperation and Development Germany
Hans-Jorgen Koch
Danish Energy AgencyMinistry of Climate and EnergyDenmark
Emani Kumar
ICLEI – Local Governments forSustainability, South Asia Ofice
 André Correa do Lago
Ministry of External RelationsBrazil
Junfeng Li
National Development and ReformCommission, Energy ResearchInstitute/ Chinese RenewableEnergy Industries AssociationChina
Bindu Lohani
Asian Development Bank
Ernesto Macìas Galàn
Alliance for Rural Electriication
Pradeep Monga
Energy and Climate Change BranchUnited Nations IndustrialDevelopment Organization
Paul Mubiru
Ministry of Energy and MineralDevelopment Uganda
Nebojsa Nakicenovic
International Institute for AppliedSystems AnalysisAustria
Kadri Nassiep
National Energy ResearchInstituteSouth Africa
Rajendra Pachauri
The Energy and Resources InstituteIndia
Wolfgang Palz
World Council for RenewableEnergy
Mark Radka
Division of Technology, Industryand EconomicsUnited Nations Environment Programme
Peter Rae
International Renewable EnergyAlliance
 Athena Ronquillo Ballesteros
World Resources Institute/ GreenIndependent Power ProducersNetwork
Steve Sawyer
Global Wind Energy Council
Maria Sicilia Salvadores
IberdrolaSpain
Grifin Thompson
Department of StateUnited States of America
Ibrahim Togola
Mali Folkecenter/ Citizens Unitedfor Renewable Energy andSustainability
Piotr Tulej
DG Climate ActionEuropean Commission
Veerle Vandeweerd
Energy and Environment GroupUnited Nations Development Programme
 Arthouros Zervos
European Renewable EnergyCouncil
Disclaimer:
 
REN21 issue papers and reports are released by REN21 to emphasize the importance of renewable energy and to generatediscussion of issues central to the promotion of renewable energy. While REN21 papers and reports have beneited from the considerations andinput from the REN21 community, they do not necessarily represent a consensus among network participants on any given point. Although theinformation given in this report is the best available to the authors at the time, REN21 and its participants cannot be held liable for its accuracyand correctness.
Rn21 STRInG COMMITT
 
Rnwbl nRGy POlICy nTwORkfOR Th 21ST CnTuRy
REN21 convenes international multi-stakeholderleadership to enable a rapid global transition torenewable energy. It promotes appropriate policiesthat increase the wise use of renewable energiesin developing and industrialized economies.Open to a wide variety of dedicated stakeholders,REN21 connects governments, internationalinstitutions, nongovernmental organizations,industry associations, and other partnerships andinitiatives. REN21 leverages their successes andstrengthens their inluence for the rapid expansionof renewable energy worldwide.

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