SUV sales rocketed by 35m in 2021

This led to a 120m tonne increase in carbon emissions reveals a new IEA report

Researchers call IEA to free its data from costly paywalls

Scientists urged the IEA to remove paywalls from its data to help global scientific research on energy transition

IEA: The pace of global energy efficiency ‘not quick enough’ to meet climate goals

Public and private spending on energy efficiency technologies needs to triple by 2030, the IEA suggests

Does Tajikistan hold the answers to Central Asia’s net zero transition?

The IEA has helped produce a roadmap for the nation to take advantage of its hydropower capabilities and believes it could be a provider for the rest of Central Asia if it can do so

UK forges ‘energy independence’ with new mini nuclear reactor funding

The grants will support the development of Rolls-Royce SMR

Ofgem launches ‘Regulatory Accelerator’ global initiative

The initiative has already secured the commitment of around 15 countries, including regulators from around the world

Households ‘to be offered £5,000 to ditch gas boilers’

Boris Johnsons is set to announce a 2035 ban on all new gas boilers

‘Oil and gas industry will stop 75% cut in methane emissions from happening’

There is a new suggestion that the resistance of oil and gas firms to reveal their methane output will prevent the reduction needed to tackle climate change

Don’t ignore the impact of methane on climate change, says IEA

Its new report is calling for an industry and government-wide clamp down on methane emissions, which are responsible for 30% of global rises in temperature to date

UNEP, IEA and Italy launch new initiative on power system modernisation

The Demand-Driven Electricity Networks Initiative (3DEN) will support countries on modernising their electricity systems through policy, regulation, technology and investment guidance