Tagged With IEA
Energy transition spending must increase – IEA
20 July 2021
Shortfalls in funding are particularly pronounced in emerging economies, where capital markets can be hard to access
Mission net zero – part one: costs
19 July 2021
First in three-part Transition Economist series looks at the cost of the global energy transition and the magnitude of the work required
Governments must act to accelerate hydropower growth - IEA
30 June 2021
Net zero by 2050 requires capacity growth twice as fast as currently forecast through 2030
Clean energy investment lacking in emerging economies – IEA
9 June 2021
High costs of financing and other risks hold back investment in markets where it is most needed to curb emissions
IEA lays out pathway for net-zero emissions by 2050
18 May 2021
Report lays out 400 milestones that must be reached across a variety of sectors
Global emissions to rebound in 2021 – IEA
20 April 2021
Emerging markets are driving energy demand back to 2019 levels, with coal offsetting renewables growth
You will never guess who just declared peak gasoline…
22 March 2021
The IEA has called the top of global demand, although it predicts demand for oil will continue to rise
Renewables set to claim record share of energy mix in 2021
5 January 2021
Wind and solar PV power will continue to grow in 2021 after increasing market share last year—but coal may be set for mini-revival