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Limiting the rise in global mean temperature to well below 2°C would require an energy transition of exceptional scope, depth and speed, according to an analysis by the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), including a doubling of annual average energy-related investments from current levels.    
Post date: 27 Mar 2017
Type: News

This report, elaborated by the   International  Energy  Agency  (IEA)  and  the  International  Renewable  Energy  Agency  (IRENA)  upon the request of the  German  government, aims to shed  light  on  the  essential elements  of  an  energy  sector  transition that  would  be consistent  with  limiting  the  rise  in  global temperature  to  well  below  two  degrees  Celisius  (2°C), as  set  out  in  the  Paris  Agreem
Post date: 27 Mar 2017
Type: Publication

 
Post date: 7 Nov 2016
Type: Publication

  On 25 October 2016, the International Energy Agency (IEA) announced that it was significantly increasing its five-year growth forecast for renewables thanks to strong policy support in key countries and sharp cost reductions. Renewables have surpassed coal last year to become the largest source of installed power capacity in the world.  
Post date: 2 Nov 2016
Type: News

Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2021    
Post date: 2 Nov 2016
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.   The IEA-EBC news Issue 64, November 2016 contains the following articles:  
Post date: 2 Nov 2016
Type: Publication

The 2016 Energy Efficiency Market Report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) presents the key indicators of energy efficiency progress and policy development worldwide.   To achieve the core objectives such as the reduction of energy bills, the increase of energy access, the improvement of energy security while addressing the climate change and air pollution, a strong energy policy is crucial.  
Post date: 10 Oct 2016
Type: Publication

The Nordic edition of the International Energy Agency's (IEA)'s global Energy Technology Perspectives 2016, offering detailed scenario-based analysis of how the Nordic countries can achieve a near carbon-neutral energy system in 2050.    The report identifies opportunities for policy makers and the private sector in three strategic areas:  
Post date: 29 Sep 2016
Type: Publication

On 14 September 2016, the International Energy Agency (IEA) launched a new report –World Energy Investment 2016– on energy investments around the world. The new annual report provides a comprehensive and detailed picture of the current investment landscape across fuels, technologies and countries.
Post date: 16 Sep 2016
Type: News

  In this inaugural annual report on energy investments around the world, the International Energy Agency (IEA) looks at the lifeblood of the global energy system: investment. The ability to attract and direct capital flows is vital to transitioning to a low-carbon economy while also maintaining energy security and expanding energy access worldwide. The success or failure of energy policies can be measured by their ability to mobilise investments.  
Post date: 16 Sep 2016
Type: Publication