IEA

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.
carbon capture

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?
The evolving role of the energy employee in a digital world

Digitalisation and the transformation of coal generation

The power sector has begun a digitalisation process that is transforming the way electricity is generated, transmitted and distributed.
Queensland clean energy project

IEA: Hydrogen and clean energy technologies key to meeting climate targets

The International Energy Agency’s new energy technologies report calls for more attention to decarbonization of the transport, buildings and industry sectors.
GCEF

IEA and ADB expand partnership on energy sustainability and resilience

ADB and the IEA to scale up collaboration and advance progress on sustainability with increased focus on energy sector resilience in Asia and the Pacific.

IEA Clean Energy Transitions Summit delivers on expectations

Leaders representing 80% of global energy consumption gathered at the highest-profile energy and climate discussion since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic – at the IEA Clean Energy Transitions Summit.

Global economy to be represented at IEA Clean Energy Transitions Summit

Ministers from countries representing the vast majority of global GDP, energy use and greenhouse gas emissions will take part in the International Energy Agency’s Clean Energy Transitions Summit on Thursday 9 July.
Guatemala

Urgent need for acceleration in clean energy innovation says IEA

Without a major acceleration in clean energy innovation, net zero emissions targets will not be achievable.

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