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

Hydrogen investment at risk due to policy delays and rising costs

Despite more than 40 countries having hydrogen strategies, low emissions hydrogen remains under 1% of production due to insufficient investment and government support, the IEA has said

Global oil demand surges to new heights

Global oil demand hit a new high of 103 million barrels per day in June, driven by increased air travel and higher oil use in China, according to the International Energy Agency

Renewables: 2024 poised to dethrone coal as world’s top electricity producer

Renewables’ share of global electricity generation will exceed one-third by 2024, according to the International Energy Agency

Critical minerals market for EVs, wind and solar hits $320bn in 2022

The market has doubled in size over the past five years, 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

Emerging economies must triple clean energy investments to meet climate goals

Annual investments in clean energy in these economies will need to increase from $770 billion in 2022 to $2.8 trillion by the early 2030s, the IEA suggests

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

Renewable energy soars, fossil fuels decline in electricity report

Fossil fuel-based electricity production experienced a decline in March, according to the International Energy Agency

Global oil demand growth to stall by 2028, says IEA

The IEA has predicted a significant slowdown in global oil demand growth in the coming years, driven by rising concerns over high prices and energy security