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Countries' strategies not yet aligned with tripling renewables capacity goal

Nations' climate strategies are not yet in line with an objective to triple renewable resource capability worldwide by 2030 which was set at the COP28 climate summit in Dubai last year, a report by the International Energy Firm ( IEA) stated on Tuesday.

WHY IT is necessary

The target would involve increasing set up sustainable energy capability to at least 11,000 gigawatts (GW) by the end of the years, compared to 4,209 GW in 2023.

Extremely few countries - just 14 out of a total of 194 - have included specific targets for overall sustainable power capacity for 2030 in their commitments under the Paris Arrangement environment pact, called nationally figured out contributions (NDCS).

Authorities commitments in current NDCs amount to 1,300 GW--. simply 12% of what is needed to fulfill the global tripling. unbiased set in Dubai, the IEA said.


The domestic goals of federal governments in nearly 150 countries. across the world go further than commitments under NDCs,. representing practically 8,000 GW of set up eco-friendly capability. by 2030.

That suggests that if nations were to consist of all their. existing policies, strategies and quotes in their new NDCs due to. be presented next year, they would show 70% of what is required. by 2030 to reach the tripling objective however the world would still be. 30% short of the goal.


Countries needed to submit their new or upgraded NDCs every five. years after 2020 so next year they have to consist of modified. ambitions for 2030.

A U.N. climate meeting is happening in Bonn, Germany,. from June 3-13 to work on the brand-new round of strategies, among other. concerns such as climate finance.


This report explains that the tripling target is. enthusiastic however achievable-- though just if federal governments rapidly. turn pledges into plans of action, said IEA executive director. Fatih Birol.