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COP28: 116 countries pledge to triple global renewable energy capacity by 2030

2023-12-02T12:08:04.643Z

Highlights: COP28: 116 countries pledge to triple global renewable energy capacity by 2030. The commitment, which is non-binding, must take into account the "starting points and national circumstances" of different nations. These countries have pledged to "work together" to increase global renewable power capacity to 11,000 gigawatts (GW) by this horizon, from around 3,400 GW today. The pledge was made at COP28, the international summit being held in Dubai, which began on Saturday.


The commitment, which is non-binding, must take into account the "starting points and national circumstances" of different nations.


A non-binding commitment to triple the world's renewable capacity by 2030 has been signed by 116 countries, the presidency of COP28, which is being held in Dubai, announced on Saturday.

These countries have pledged to "work together" to increase global renewable energy capacity (wind, solar, hydropower, etc.) to 11,000 gigawatts (GW) by this horizon, from around 3,400 GW today, taking into account the "different starting points and national circumstances" of different nations.

Source: leparis

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