Global energy sector sees record emissions

Global carbon dioxide emissions from the energy sector reached an unprecedented high in 2022, according to the International Energy Agency

Energy boss warns of winter price rise

Factors such as a stronger Chinese economy and a harsh winter could contribute to a rise in gas prices, the head of the International Energy Agency has cautioned

IEA calls for more finance to help developing countries adopt clean energy

The chief of the IEA has urged rich nations to provide increased financial support to developing countries in their efforts to transition to clean energy

Global energy crisis: millions in darkness, billions using harmful fuels

Nearly 675 million individuals lacked electricity in 2021, while a shocking 2.3 billion people were forced to rely on harmful cooking fuels, according to the International Energy Agency

Europe avoids energy crisis but still ‘not out of the woods,’ says IEA chief

Europe’s energy challenges are not yet over, warns Fatih Birol

IEA: Asia set to use half of world’s electricity by 2025

China will be consuming more electricity than the EU, the US and India combined, the Paris-based International Energy Agency has said

IEA: Global renewables capacity to double in the next five years

Counties are predicted to build as many renewable energy projects in the next five years as they did in the past 20, according to a report

IEA chief: EU could face bigger energy crunch next winter

Dr Fatih Birol has urged EU countries to prepare “today for next year”

Drop coal or forget the 1.5°C target, says IEA

The global demand for coal has been at record highs for the last ten years, new report has warned

Slow growth in global energy-related CO2 emissions

Global carbon dioxide emissions from energy are predicted to soar by 300 megatonnes this year, the International Energy Agency suggests