UK’s emissions from electricity ‘rose by more than a fifth last year in 2021’

Gas drove up UK power emissions for first time in a decade, according to the International Energy Agency

IEA: “Surging electricity demand put world power systems under strain”

Global electricity demand grew by 6% in 2021, the largest percentage rise since 2010, the IEA said

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

Nearly 12% of electric utilities ‘have targets aligned with the 1.5°C target’

New research assessed 50 electric utilities and predicted that companies will exceed their total carbon budget by 57% by 2035

Not accurate to blame renewables for high energy prices, IEA says

Fatih Birol said not enough oil and gas supply was reaching consumers

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

COP26 Live: Nuclear power has a role to play in all net zero scenarios, IEA finds

Dr Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency hailed the net zero journey as a Herculean task

‘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

IEA: “Countries must triple renewable energy investment by 2030 to fight climate change”

In its flagship report, the IEA estimates nearly $4 trillion needs to be invested by 2030 to get the world on track for 1.5°C