International Renewable Energy Agency’s HQ is in UAE

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United Arab Emirates has officially confirmed that the capital city will be the home for theInternational Renewable Energy Agency’s HQ will be in UAE green energy’s world office – International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
Last week, the agreement was approved that IRENA’s permanent headquarters will be located in Abu Dhabi.
The ratification is effective immediately and marks the confirmation of Abu Dhabi as home to the first global clean-energy body. It also gives the agency all the legal protections important for it to function as an international organization.
IRENA’s membership is extended to 120 countries and 40 nations are on the process of joining. The world’s green energy agency can now accept applications for the accreditation of permanent representatives from its member countries and permanent missions of member states in the capital.
“The ratification is a key step frontward for the agency and confirms, once more, the country’s strong dedication to renewable energy”, says Irena’s director general. “It is another symbol of Abu Dhabi’s emergence as a key factor in worldwide efforts to make sure a future with sustainable energy.”
Irena was the first prime global body to be set up in decades and the first global intergovernmental organization based in the Middle East which formally established in 2011 after a two-year preparatory phase.
The founding of permanent missions in Abu Dhabi will encourage a year-round alliance among member states and the Irena secretariat for projects in relation to technology development and clean-energy policy.
Masdar’s chief executive officer, Abu Dhabi’s renewable-energy company and State Minister stated that Irena mission’s agreement is unparalleled in the region and highlights the national Government’s dedication to a thorough political and business setting for clean energy.