Agency’s forecast suggests 2021 could prove to be peak year for power sector carbon emissions Carbon emissions from the electricity sector are set to decline this year, as demand growth for electricity around the world slows and additions of renewable power generation edge fossil fuel generators off electricity grids around the world, according to the … Read more
As governments train their eyes on energy efficiency as a means to shore up their energy independence from Russia, BusinessGreen reports from a region in the midst of a major energy conservation drive The town of Sønderborg in southern Denmark was last week christened as the “energy efficiency capital of the world” by International Energy … Read more
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Executive director of working think tank sits down with Green to discuss why energy efficiency and net zero are ‘the Romeo and Juliet’ of the clean energy transition Mobilizing governments around the world to use energy sparingly is at the core of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) mission. The intergovernmental organization has its origins in … Read more
Major meeting of energy ministers in Denmark aims to spotlight need for policies that can slash energy use in response to climate and energy crises Roughly a third of the emissions reductions required by 2030 to put the world on track to deliver net zero emissions by mid-century could be achieved if policymakers and business … Read more
International Energy Agency argues UK, USA and EU and others have the ‘economic heft, technology leadership and international alliances’ to pioneer the development of low carbon industrial hubs G7 nations such as the UK, the US, and Germany must urgently carve out a leading role in the decarbonisation of heavy industries such as steel, cement … Read more