IEA: ‘COVID and Russian war halt energy access progress’

Globally, 733m people are without access to electricity

Governmental clean energy spending rose by 50% in Covid recovery

However, developing economies represent just one-tenth of this spending, a new report claims

IEA member countries agree on new release of emergency oil

The agreement, which is the second oil release confirmed in a month, was reached on Friday, the details of which will be made public this week

Individual contributions in largest oil stock release in IEA history confirmed

The total amount committed to date stands at 61.7m barrels of IEA member countries’ emergency oil stocks in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Countries to release 60m barrels of oil in light of Russia-Ukraine war

The IEA Ministers reiterated their support for sanctions imposed on Russia

How net zero will change kids’ carbon outputs

Babies born today will have to emit 10 times less carbon than their grandparents to achieve net zero by 2050

‘India’s renewable sector will employ 1m by 2030’

The country has already overachieved on its clean energy targets and is looking to continue on this trend

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