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IEA says policymakers are dropping the ball on clean energy spending

Only about 2% of government's green recovery spending is allocated to clean energy measures, according to new analysis from the International Energy Agency.
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Renewables growth too slow to stall coal bounce back says IEA

Renewables are expanding quickly but not enough to satisfy a strong rebound in global electricity demand this year, according to the latest report from the IEA.

Hydropower slowdown could threaten net-zero progress – IEA

A new International Energy Agency (IEA) report says growth of hydropower plants globally will slow significantly this decade.
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Iberdrola secures funds for Spain’s first public green hydrogen station

Iberdrola has secured funding to build the Spain's first public green hydrogen station in Barcelona.

Leadership vacuum delaying progress on emissions goals says UN Chief

António Guterres has urged all leaders to present more ambitious 2030 national climate plans and deliver on concrete policies.

Singapore relies on fossil fuels more than any other country –...

A study by energy tariff comparison platform, Utility Bidder, has revealed which countries rely the most on fossil fuels and Singapore has come out on top.

Côte d’Ivoire secures funds for 44MW hydro project

Côte d’Ivoire has secured $34 million from the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) to build a 44MW hydroelectricity generation plant.

What motivates renewable energy investors?

As nations realise the inevitable task of shifting their energy demands away from traditional fuels, the risk-reward profiles for renewables become increasingly enticing.
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Wind sector CEOs call on G20 to get real about renewables

CEOs in the wind energy sector wrote an open letter to G20 member countries, providing advice on how they can meet the 2050 net-zero goal.
energy transition

Investors look for greener markets to reduce fossil fuel exposure

The global investment in technologies enabling the energy transition has reached $500 billion in 2020, a new IEEFA report has found.

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