Available for download here:
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Unless otherwise indicate...
Key Indicators
Doubling the share of
renewable energy by 2030

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Doubling the share of renewable energy implies a trip...
Characterisation of the REmap Options

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The 26 REmap countries

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26 countries representing 75% of global energy demand by 2030
REmap Countries...
The stepping stones towards a doubling
of renewable energy

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The world can double its share of renewab...
Breakdown of global renewable energy share
by sector and total

The greatest progress will be made in industry, buildings
...
Scenario projections for renewable energy share
in total final energy consumption, 2030

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The less ene...
Breakdown of global renewable
energy use in 2010

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Traditional biomass made up over 50% of the share o...
Breakdown of global renewable energy
use in REmap 2030

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Global renewable energy use will grow by 110%...
Technology cost curve for 26 REmap countries
based on the perspective of governments in 2030

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The ave...
Growth projections for specific renewable
electricity technologies

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The potential of renewable power ...
Average weighted substitution cost
and benefits by sector

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Transition has an average cost of USD 2.5 ...
Current and projected share of renewable energy in
total final energy consumption by country, 2010-2030

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Relation between country renewables
potentials and substitution costs

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The cost of transition decreas...
Employment effects of REmap Options

Deployment of REmap Options will
result in an average net increase of
900 000 jobs an...
How renewables offset fossil fuels

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Renewables will mainly substitute coal by 2030 and become
the lar...
Carbon dioxide emissions under REmap 2030

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Renewable energy can provide half of the CO2 emission redu...
Global biomass demand by sector in
REmap 2030 (in primary energy terms)

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Biomass is versatile and can...
Global supply curve for primary biomass, 2030

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The most affordable biomass comes from residue and was...
Guide for policies in technology life cycle

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  1. 1. Available for download here: www.irena.org/remap Email: remap@irena.org Copyright © IRENA 2014 Unless otherwise indicated, material in this slide deck may be used freely, shared or reprinted, so long as IRENA is acknowledged as the source.
  2. 2. Key Indicators
  3. 3. Doubling the share of renewable energy by 2030 www.irena.org/remap Doubling the share of renewable energy implies a tripling of the share of modern renewables.
  4. 4. Characterisation of the REmap Options www.irena.org/remap
  5. 5. The 26 REmap countries www.irena.org/remap 26 countries representing 75% of global energy demand by 2030 REmap Countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Tonga, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and United States
  6. 6. The stepping stones towards a doubling of renewable energy www.irena.org/remap The world can double its share of renewable energy in total final energy consumption by 2030.
  7. 7. Breakdown of global renewable energy share by sector and total The greatest progress will be made in industry, buildings and transport, not in the power sector. www.irena.org/remap
  8. 8. Scenario projections for renewable energy share in total final energy consumption, 2030 www.irena.org/remap The less energy we consume, the greater the renewable energy share can be.
  9. 9. Breakdown of global renewable energy use in 2010 www.irena.org/remap Traditional biomass made up over 50% of the share of renewable energy in total final energy consumption in 2010.
  10. 10. Breakdown of global renewable energy use in REmap 2030 www.irena.org/remap Global renewable energy use will grow by 110% in absolute terms. To double the share of renewables, the world needs to focus largely on end-use sectors, not just electricity; biomass will continue to be the largest source of renewable energy by 2030.
  11. 11. Technology cost curve for 26 REmap countries based on the perspective of governments in 2030 www.irena.org/remap The average cost of doubling the modern renewable energy share is negligible, at USD 2.5 per GJ; doubling will require all options to be pursued.
  12. 12. Growth projections for specific renewable electricity technologies www.irena.org/remap The potential of renewable power growth is significantly underestimated in governmental projections.
  13. 13. Average weighted substitution cost and benefits by sector www.irena.org/remap Transition has an average cost of USD 2.5 per GJ from the perspective of governments. Consideration of benefits results in net savings of USD 2.3-13.8 per GJ, and benefits vary widely by sector. Government and business cost perspectives are different.
  14. 14. Current and projected share of renewable energy in total final energy consumption by country, 2010-2030 www.irena.org/remap A doubling of the share of renewables worldwide does not mean a doubling in every country.
  15. 15. Relation between country renewables potentials and substitution costs www.irena.org/remap The cost of transition decreases per unit of energy as the target share of renewables increases (the blue shaded area). Countries: Australia (AU); Brazil (BR); Canada (CA); China (CN); Denmark (DK); Ecuador (EC); France (FR); Germany (DE); India (IN); Indonesia (ID); Italy (IT); Japan (JP); Malaysia (MY); Mexico (MX); Morocco (MA); Nigeria (NG); Russia (RU); Saudi Arabia (SA); South Africa (ZA); South Korea (KR); Turkey (TR); United Arab Emirates (AE); United Kingdom (UK); United States (US); Ukraine (UA)
  16. 16. Employment effects of REmap Options Deployment of REmap Options will result in an average net increase of 900 000 jobs and 16 million job-years. www.irena.org/remap
  17. 17. How renewables offset fossil fuels www.irena.org/remap Renewables will mainly substitute coal by 2030 and become the largest sources of primary energy.
  18. 18. Carbon dioxide emissions under REmap 2030 www.irena.org/remap Renewable energy can provide half of the CO2 emission reductions needed in 2030 from the energy sector.
  19. 19. Global biomass demand by sector in REmap 2030 (in primary energy terms) www.irena.org/remap Biomass is versatile and can be used to provide power, transport and heat.
  20. 20. Global supply curve for primary biomass, 2030 www.irena.org/remap The most affordable biomass comes from residue and waste, which also makes up roughly half of the potential.
  21. 21. Guide for policies in technology life cycle www.irena.org/remap

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