IEA calls on G20 to accelerate clean energy transition

Accelerating the deployment of low carbon technologies could push the energy transition forward, according to the IEA and B20

Energy-efficient air conditioners could ‘avoid nearly eight years of emissions’

A doubling of climate-friendly cooling could result in a saving of $2.9 trillion by reducing electricity generation, according to a new report

ADB and IEA renew energy sector sustainability collaboration

The organisations intend to scale up efforts to advance progress on sustainability in Asia and the Pacific

‘Majority of sectors failing to keep up with long-term climate goals’

The International Energy Agency has warned governments to take immediate action to ensure that the Covid-19 crisis doesn’t delay the transition to clean energy

‘World to fall short of meeting energy targets under SDG 7 by 2030’

According to a recent IEA-led report, more than 620m people globally could be living without electricity in next decade

Global EV sales expected to grow in 2020, despite the pandemic’s impacts on the auto industry

The IEA estimates global EV sales could reach 2.3m in 2020, with a record total of 10m being in use on the roads by the end of the year

IEA: Coronavirus lockdown to see global emissions fall by record 8%

The impact of Covid‑19 on energy demand in 2020 could be more than seven times larger than the impact of the 2008 financial crisis on global energy demand

Global leaders mark clean energy as ‘essential to economic recovery’

The need for increased energy efficiency and more use of renewables were the key takeaways from a roundtable hosted by the IEA and the German Government

IEA extends support to Luxembourg’s energy transition goals

The agency has asked Luxembourg ‘to adopt new measures that boost investment in renewable energy and efficiency’ to stay on track to reduce emissions by 55% till 2030

‘Biogas from organic waste could cover 20% of global gas fuel demand’

Organic waste ‘holds huge untapped potential to provide clean energy around the world’, according to the IEA