This statistical report by the International Energy Agency (IEA), is designed to help understand what drives final energy use in IEA member countries in order to improve and track national energy efficiency policies. It is the second edition of a comprehensive selection of data that the IEA has been collecting each year, after its member states recognised in 2009 the need to better monitor energy efficiency policies. The report includes country-specific analysis of end uses across the largest sectors – residential, services, industry and transport. It answers questions such as:
Post date: 7 Dec 2017
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
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
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
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
According to data recently released by the International Energy Agency (IEA), between 2013 and 2014, the world production of renewable energy grew by 2.6% representing around 1/7 of the total Primary Energy Supply (TPES) of 13,700 Mtoe.
Since 1990, the market share of renewable energy has been continuously growing at an average annual rate of 2.2%, higher than the 1.9% growth rate of TPES. Renewables are now the second largest source (22.3%) of global electricity generation (right after coal).
Post date: 8 Aug 2016
This excerpt from the Renewables Information 2016 report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) contains a summary of the most recent trends in the world and the OECD renewables market.
Post date: 8 Aug 2016
This report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) provides an in-depth review of Belgium’s energy policies, offering to the country's policy makers recommendations on the various energy sectors.
According to the report, in recent years, Belgium has made clear progress in increasing competition in the electricity and natural gas markets. It has also managed to reduce the use of fossil fuels and increase the use of renewable energy. The country's economy is becoming less energy intensive.
Post date: 1 Jun 2016
Supporting Energy Efficiency Progress in Major Economies
Post date: 22 Oct 2015
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released its new book Energy Efficiency Market Report 2015.
It reveals that energy efficiency improvements since 1990 in IEA member countries avoided 870 million tonnes of CO2 emissions in 2014 – and a cumulative 10 billion tonnes over the last 25 years, roughly equivalent to current annual emissions by all IEA member countries.
Post date: 13 Oct 2015