United Nations Agency.
The United Nations has launched its Energy Action Plan to achieve clean, affordable energy for all by 2030.
Xinhua news agency quoted the UN secretary’s chief spokesman Stephane Dujarric as saying that the plan would set steps for collective action by the world body and 30 bodies of international organisations, which they agreed with at the high-level talks on energy last September. To achieve resolution.
Dujarric said the commitment includes electricity to 500 million more people and more than 1 billion clean cooking solutions, renewable energy and the creation of 30 million jobs by 2025 in energy efficiency.
Clean, affordable energy is key to addressing the climate emergency by 2030 and net-zero emissions by 2050. The spokesperson also announced a new Energy Compact Action Network.
It aims to gain support for their clean energy goals with governments and businesses that have pledged more than $600 billion to support those commitments through the Energy Compact.
The United Nations has announced a coalition to support energy access and transition for Nigeria and Santiago, Chile.