Connecting large energy buyers, international NGOs, and a community of sustainability practitioners to support global procurement of renewable energy.

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International Connection Platform

The International Connection Platform is an easily searchable, dynamic online tool to support all energy buyers to connect, reduce barriers, and drive change in global energy markets. Buyers can search for and connect with other buyers and NGOs in their markets of interest, as well as find resources to help support their international renewable energy goals. The Platform is developed in partnership with We Mean Business and NGO peers, including BSR, CDP, RE100, RE-Source, The Climate Group, World Resources Institute, World Wildlife Fund, and World Business Council for Sustainable Development.

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Worldwide Wednesdays

REBA’s Worldwide Wednesdays are a monthly discussion series exclusively for large energy buyers and NGOs to share the latest developments and opportunities in renewable energy procurement in international markets. The series aims to create and support energy market-focused communities of practice. 

Previous and ongoing markets covered include: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Japan.

For information on upcoming calls, complete your profile and add your markets of interest on the International Connection Platform, or visit the REBA event page.

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C&I Procurement Update

Large-scale energy buyers in the commercial and industrial (C&I) sector continue to drive the expansion of international clean energy markets as they look to reduce the energy impact of their operations and supply chain worldwide. REBA’s tri-annual C&I Procurement Update highlights international energy market updates, connects you with international organizations supporting sustainability practitioners, and communicates best practices implemented in the market to accelerate the procurement of renewable energy.

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