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Increased use of renewable energy means more efficient production of electricity. Understanding and exploiting such synergies will be crucial as the world seeks sustainable energy options. *Energy transformation calls for increased power system flexibility
As solar and wind energy become gain ground on the grid, more flexibility is needed to cope with the increased variability and uncertainty in the balance between supply and demand. *Hydrogen from renewable power can help to realise a low-carbon future
Hydrogen produced from renewable electricity could help to decarbonise industry and transport.
*Major economies aim to boost renewables and mitigate climate change
The Group of Twenty (G20) represents nearly four-fifths of global energy consumption and a similar share of installed renewable power generation capacity. G20 members are well positioned to drive the global transformation of energy supply and demand. West African nations target shared prosperity through renewables
Apart from large hydropower, West African countries use relatively little of their vast renewable energy potential. But this should soon change, based on ambitious plans laid out by West African nations for the next decade.
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