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Net zero emissions by 2050 possible but pathway narrow, says IEA

The International Energy Agency has released a 2050 net zero emissions roadmap for the global energy sector.

More of the same, but different

Confirmation that the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are likely to remain among the world’s hotspots for power infrastructure development came recently with the publication of a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), which forecasts an investment programme of as much as $50 billion in power projects between 2009 and 2015.

Hydro is key to expanding West Africa’s power grid flexibility

A new study has mapped the potential of solar-wind-water strategies for West Africa, a region where power grids are anticipated to greatly expand in the coming years.

Renewables sector upbeat despite financial warnings

The renewable energy sector is mindful of the threat posed by the end of cheap finance but believes there is enough resiliency among industry players to maintain a healthy market.

Market volatility in Spain increases trading risks and opportunities

Recent changes in wholesale markets with an increase in renewables and interconnector capacity are expected to increase revenue opportunities and risks for energy traders.

Asia Pacific: Key trends vital for a sustainable energy future

Seven key areas have been identified as vital for a sustainable energy future in the Asia Pacific, during the Siemens Energy Week.

New report highlights empty promises of climate policies

REN 21's latest renewables report shows polluting G20 countries are still missing their unambitious renewable energy targets.

BNEF predicts slow-down in clean energy economy due to Covid-19

According to the latest data released by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, it appears likely that the coronavirus outbreak will be a significant global crisis, triggering an economic slowdown.

Berkeley Lab study finds wind energy costs could fall by 49%

Berkeley Lab study shows expected cost declines of up to 35% by 2035 and 49% by 2050

IEA’s energy investment report shows coal is down but not out

The International Energy Agency's latest report reveals that while renewables dominate new power investment, coal is not out of the picture.

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