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Countries and Regions

An overview of the countries and regions we work with.

  • Brazil

    Latin America’s largest country has the chance to set its power sector on a path  towards climate neutrality.

  • China

    Renewable energy is undergoing unprecedented growth in China. However, there are still major challenges to be met in building a fossil-free energy system.

  • European Union

    Europe aims to become the world’s first climate-neutral continent and its policies will play a decisive role in global efforts to cut emissions, transform the economy and drive international climate ambition.

  • France

    France is the second largest economy in the European Union after Germany and the two countries’ cooperation can be a key driver of a successful European energy transition.

  • Germany

    Germany was among the pioneers of renewable energy deployment. Now it needs to accelerate the transformation beyond electricity to reach climate neutrality.

  • Indonesia

    As a diverse archipelago, Indonesia faces various challenges in accelerating the ramp-up of renewables, while phasing down coal in the framework of a just energy transition.

  • Japan

    Japan’s journey towards net zero relies on a mix of technology options, but some of them are rather uncertain.

  • Kazakhstan

    Kazakhstan is setting the course towards renewable energy.

  • Pakistan

    As the fifth most populous country in the world, Pakistan has a rapidly growing energy demand. The country therefore needs an energy revolution based on a low-emissions pathway to secure sustainable development.