The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released the 2015 edition of the World Energy Outlook, which presents updated projections for the evolution of the global energy system to 2040, based on the latest data and market developments. The report also provides detailed insights on the prospects for fossil fuels, renewables, the power sector and energy efficiency, as well as an analysis on trends in CO₂ emissions and fossil-fuel and renewable energy subsidies.
Post date: 16 Nov 2015
On 2 October 2015, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report 2015, which shows that renewable energy will represent the largest single source of electricity growth over the next five years, driven by falling costs and aggressive expansion in emerging economies.
Post date: 3 Ott 2015
The Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report 2015 of the International Energy Agency (IEA) assesses the global trends in the electricity, transport and heat sectors, identifying drivers and challenges to deployment, and making projections through 2020. It also assesses the potential impacts of enhanced policy actions under an accelerated case for renewable power, which would put the world more firmly on a path to a more sustainable and secure energy system.
Post date: 3 Ott 2015
In October 2014, the European Union (EU) set ambitious climate and energy targets for 2030, confirming its global leadership on climate change. Furthermore, Europe’s unprecedented renewable energy boom, its action on energy efficiency and the economic downturn have all contributed to a drop in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. However, energy security concerns have increased. Also, although the EU climate and energy targets are in place, the legal framework to implement them is yet to be developed.
Post date: 3 Ago 2015
According to the International Energy Agency’s newly released World Energy Outlook Special Report on Energy and Climate Change, a peak in global energy-related emissions could be achieved by 2020 without blunting economic growth. The IEA has proposed the following four key pillars from an energy sector perspective to make the 21st United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP21) a success:
Post date: 16 Giu 2015
This report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) focuses on the effect of recent low-carbon energy developments and the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs)-pledges- proposed by individual countries so far. It shows that global energy-related emissions still increase even though they slow due to the climate pledges. In order to compensate governments will need to commit to reviewing their pledges regularly and setting realistic and attainable longer-term goals.
Post date: 15 Giu 2015
This report is an excerpt from the Energy Technology Perspectives 2015 (ETP 2015). It provides specific recommendations to governments on how to scale up deployment of key clean energy technologies toward a secure, clean and competitive energy future. The authors track each technology and sector against interim 2025 targets in the International Energy Agency (IEA) 2015 Energy Technology Perspectives 2°C Scenario (2DS), which lays out pathways to a sustainable energy system in 2050.
Post date: 26 Mag 2015
According to the Energy Efficiency Market Report 2014 by International Energy Agency (IEA), the global energy efficiency market is worth at least USD 310 billion a year and growing. The report confirms the position of energy efficiency as the world’s “first fuel” and finds that energy efficiency finance is becoming an established market segment, with innovative new products and standards helping to overcome risks and bring stability and confidence to the market.
Post date: 13 Mag 2015
The 2015 edition of Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP 2015) looks into energy technology innovation as a means to meet short and long-term climate mitigation targets in alignment with the economic and energy security objectives. The report identifies regulatory strategies and co-operative frameworks to boost innovation in renewables, carbon capture and storage and energy-intensive industrial sectors. It also deals with an emerging economy, China, and its capacity to deliver a low-carbon transition through innovation in energy technologies and policy.
Post date: 5 Mag 2015
Energy Technology Perspectives 2014 (ETP 2014) charts a course by which policy and technology together become driving forces – rather than reactionary tools – in transforming the energy sector over the next 40 years.
Post date: 9 Giu 2014