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International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) fast gathering member countries

Irena which was founded by 75 states in January 2009, grew almost two-fold within 21 months. 148 countries and the European Union have signed Irena’s statute and 42 have ratified it. Among them are 48 African, 38 European, 35 Asian, 17 American and 10 Australia/Oceania states. Mali, Senegal and Bangladesh were the last three countries which ratified the statute last week….

Irena aims to be voice for renewable energyAdnan Ameen, the interim director-general of Irena, wants members to define their strategy  Gulf News,  By Binsal Abdul Kader,  October 26, 2010

Abu Dhabi: Adnan Ameen, the newly appointed interim director-general of Irena, the International Renewable Energy Agency, said yesterday that he would develop a compelling vision for the future of renewable energy worldwide.

Irena is headquartered in Abu Dhabi and aims to become the global voice for renewable energy and to promote a swift transition towards its sustainable use. Irena aims to assist its member states to define their strategy in all renewable energies: bio energy, geothermal, hydropower, ocean, solar and wind……

Growing strength

Irena which was founded by 75 states in January 2009, grew almost two-fold within 21 months. 148 countries and the European Union have signed Irena’s statute and 42 have ratified it. Among them are 48 African, 38 European, 35 Asian, 17 American and 10 Australia/Oceania states. Mali, Senegal and Bangladesh were the last three countries which ratified the statute last week….

gulfnews : Irena aims to be voice for renewable energy

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