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India

PEI Connect: India’s energy challenge

Pei Connect provides a brief look at what got our attention during the week (5 - 11 Feb).
Mumbai, India

IEA Report: Bold policies needed as India’s energy demand skyrockets

India's ability to ensure affordable, clean and reliable energy for its growing population will be vital for the future development of its economy.
hydropower

High stakes for hydropower’s future

Are we moving quickly enough to build the hydropower capacity needed to support the energy transition?
power grids

Utility-scale wind rushes to 11% of U.S. energy mix

Net electricity generation for November shows that utility-scale wind and solar were the highest risers, while coal, gas and nuclear fell.
IEA-launches-world’s-first-net-zero-roadmap

IEA launches world’s first net-zero roadmap

The International Energy Agency is to produce what it calls “the world’s first comprehensive roadmap for the energy sector to reach net-zero emissions by 2050”.
energy

Global electricity demand declines as effects of pandemic persist

The historic shock of the COVID-10 crises will result in a 2% decline in global electricity demand, according to the IEA’s first-ever Electricity Market Report.

IEA and African leaders map energy’s role in post-Covid recovery

High-level officials representing a range of African economies met under the theme of Securing Africa’s Energy Future in the Wake of COVID-19 at the second AUC-EIA Ministerial Forum.

Exclusive: Green for ‘go’ on hydrogen turbines

How a research project is paving the way for hydrogen-based energy systems. By Aasa Lyckstroem.

Security of supply is crucial to the future energy system says...

Security of supply needs a more comprehensive approach if the energy transformation challenges are to be met, IEA indicates in a new report.
low carbon

Ed’s note: Spotlight shines at last on CCUS

Is carbon capture, utilisation and storage finally about to get a leading role on the global energy stage after waiting in the wings for more than a decade?

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