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  • Repowermap.org

    is an initiative to promote renewable energies and energy efficiency by providing real-world examples and related local information in each person's neighbourhood. To this objective, an interactive map is developed jointly by a large network of organizations, institutions, regional and local authorities and other energy actors. Take local action to contribute to climate protection and show it on repowermap.org! The examples and the accompanying information inspire others to take action as well and help them to take the first steps. The non-profit initiative was founded in 2008.


    Who adds examples to the map?People like you! If you have installed a renewable energy system or if you have constructed an energy efficient building, you are invited to add such project examples on repowermap.org. Make your example(s) visible to pass on your experiences and to motivate others to use these technologies as well. Each example is important!





    The REN21 Renewables Interactive Map offers a user focused platform for displaying information depicting the development of renewables worldwide. Information presented within the Map is compiled from a variety of reports, databases, news announcements, specific enquiries with official authorities, and other sources. These sources are used to provide the most accurate and up to date information on renewables policies, targets, shares, installed capacity, production, and policies


    About REN21

    REN21 is the global renewable energy policy multi-stakeholder network that connects a wide range of key actors from:

    • Governments
    • International organisations
    • Industry associations
    • Science and academia as well a
    • Civil society



  • MAP Of Quebec Renewable Energy Projects

    The letters AQPER stand for Association québécoise de la production d’énergie renouvelable, or Quebec Association for the Production of Renewable Energy".

    Founded in 1991 by a group of independent small hydro plant operators, the AQPER brings together businesses engaged in renewable electric power generation. It has been promoting the sustainable development of renewable energy from sources other than hydro since 1998, and now includes companies active in the wind, biogas, biomass, solar and biofuel sectors as well.



    • To speak on behalf of renewable energy industry stakeholders;
    • To provide a hub for the exchange of information on renewable energy between industry stakeholders, public authorities and the general public;
    • To promote the advancement and sharing of scientific knowledge in the field of renewable energy through supporting research and the development of Quebec expertise;
    • To promote renewable energy.




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