REN21 Renewables 2023 Global Status Report: Energy Demand & Supply Modules
In this webinar, ISES welcomes Jad Baba, REN21 Knowledge & Data Lead to present the first two modules of the REN21 Renewables 2023 Global Status Report.
Since 2005, REN21's Renewables Global Status Report (GSR) has put the spotlight on ongoing developments and emerging trends that shape the future of renewables with collaborative efforts from hundreds of experts. This year marks the 18th edition of the GSR, which has evolved further with a brand-new design and structure, in line with the ongoing changes in the global energy landscape. The new structure allows to dive deeper into the energy demand sectors in this publication, which includes energy use in buildings, industry, transport and agriculture.
The webinar will present the first two modules of the report: the energy demand module (launched in March 2023) and the upcoming energy supply module.
The webinar is scheduled for 60 minutes and will include a Q/A session for the audience.
Jad Baba - REN21
Jad Baba is the REN21 Knowledge & Data Lead, an economist and energy specialist part of the knowledge and data team. Jad works on the economic and social value creation of renewables, energy systems, and infrastructure, as well as renewables in transport. Originally from Lebanon, he previously worked at UNDP Beirut Office as a project manager on a distributed renewable energy access project.
Arabella Liehr - ISES
Graduated from Goldsmiths College at the University of London, Arabella brings her background in political science to the realm of solar and renewable energy following her research focus on democratic and sustainable societal processes. Arabella has joined the ISES team in 2018, working on the ISES congresses, webinars, outreach, partnerships and publications.