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Czech Republic must ramp up coal phase-out efforts says IEA

IEA is urging the Czech government to start making better use of the various low-carbon energy sources to drive a secure energy transition.

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.

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.

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.

IEA’s bold net zero report yields mixed reactions from industry

Industry has a lot to say about the Net Zero 2050 Roadmap, which has made bold statements and is calling for immediate and drastic action.

IEA report is a ‘rallying cry for governments’

The pledges by governments to date fall well short of what is required to give the world a chance of limiting the global temperature rise to 1.5 °C.

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.

Renewables surged in 2020, IEA reports

New wind and solar grew at their fastest rate in two decades in 2020 with a pace that is set to continue in the coming years.

IEA appoints Mary Warlick as Deputy Executive Director

Former US ambassador Mary Burce Warlick has been appointed as IEA deputy executive director and will soon take up duties.

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