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Emissions surge likely due to inadequate government spend – IEA

New analysis from the International Energy Agency, states that only about 2% of global government green recovery spending is allocated to clean energy measures.

$1 Trillion cash injection needed to get emerging economies to net zero

IEA's report shows that concerted international efforts are needed for a sustainable and resilient economic future in the developing world.

Asia continues to back coal despite climate pressure – IEA report

The International Energy Agency's latest report reveals approvals for coal-fired plants are 80% below where they were five years ago, however, coal is not yet completely out of the picture.

Korea Electric Power Corp announces new CEO

Former vice minister of trade, industry and energy, Cheong Seung-il, has been appointed as CEO of state-run utility Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEPCO).

Electric vehicle outlook 2021 – on a strong growth curve

The electric vehicle (EV) market showed growth of over 40% during 2020 with a record 3 million EVs registered.
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Ed’s note: Let’s kick some gas?

Solutions to reduce the gas emissions are there, what is holding us back from using them wonders Areti Ntaradimou.

Make 2020s the decade of massive clean energy expansion – IEA

Achieving net zero by 2050 hinges on the clean technology push to 2030, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA) in a new report

IEA proposals to expand north-West Europe’s hydrogen market

A new report released by IEA discusses North-West Europe's current hydrogen developments, policies, and potential for collaboration.
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How to stabilise the supply of minerals vital for the energy transition

The IEA's new report shows how governments can ensure a reliable and sustainable supply of minerals vital for the energy transition.

Mary Warlick appointed as IEA Deputy Executive Director

Former US ambassador Mary Burce Warlick has been appointed as International Energy Agency (IEA) deputy executive director and will soon take up duties.