IEA - International Energy Agency

Digital technologies are everywhere, affecting the way we live, work, travel, and play. Digitalization is helping improve the safety, productivity, accessibility, and sustainability of energy systems around the world. But it is also raising new security and privacy risks, while disrupting markets, businesses, and workers.  
Post date: 7 Nov 2017
Type: Publication

The International Energy Agency's Energy in Buildings and Communities (IEA-EBC) Programme newsletter carries regular reports of energy policy development and research activities taking place in various countries. It contains updates on ongoing and planned research projects, features new publications and website information, as well as topical articles of a general nature. It is intended for those active in fields relating to operational energy saving for buildings and communities.  
Post date: 7 Nov 2017
Type: Publication

The International Energy Agency's Energy Efficiency Market Report 2017 shows that German citizens have had the highest benefit from realised measures for increased energy efficiency. The average expenditures per household were USD 580 (around €500) lower in 2016 compared to 2015. Without energy efficiency measures since 2000 the energy related costs per household would have been 27% higher in 2016.
Post date: 20 Oct 2017
Type: News

The Energy Efficiency Market Report 2017, which was launched by the International Energy Agency (IEA) at an event held at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy on 5 October, shows that energy-related greenhouse gas emissions have flatlined mainly thanks to global improvements in energy efficiency.   
Post date: 20 Oct 2017
Type: News

Renewable electricity market has witnessed an unprecedented acceleration in recent years, and it broke another annual deployment record in 2016. The market’s main driver last year was solar photovoltaics, which is boosting the growth of renewables in power capacity around the world.  
Post date: 10 Oct 2017
Type: News

The recent acceleration in global energy efficiency gains risks slowing down if governments do not maintain their focus on implementing new efficiency policies, according to a new report by the International Energy Agency.    
Post date: 9 Oct 2017
Type: News

Energy efficiency is central to all global energy transitions. It is the world’s most available, secure and affordable energy resource and every government around the world has the power to further exploit efficiency for widespread benefit.   Energy Efficiency 2017 by the International Energy Agency (IEA) is the global tracker examining the trends, indicators, impacts and drivers of energy efficiency progress. The questions addressed in this year’s report include:  
Post date: 9 Oct 2017
Type: Publication

Analysis and Forecasts to 2O22    
Post date: 6 Oct 2017
Type: Publication

On Tuesday 6 June 2017, the International Energy Agency released its latest report on Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP 2017), mapping major transformations in the field over the next decades.  
Post date: 9 Jun 2017
Type: News

This special feature section complements the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s annual ‌Tracking Clean Energy Progress (TCEP) report containing information on public and private investment in research, development, and demonstration (RD&D).
Post date: 9 Jun 2017
Type: Publication