Clean energy segment has proved more resilient to COVID-19 fallout but current investment is 'nowhere near’ the levels needed to keep climate change at bay, global watchdog warns.
Agency urges countries to keep clean energy shift ‘front of mind’ as they design anti-pandemic stimulus packages, amid calls to bolster renewables and phase out fossil fuel subsidies.
Crash of crude prices as virus tightens global grip may create challenges for firms relying on oil revenues as they finance a shift to green energy, IEA warns.
World must ‘work hard’ to ensure 2019 is remembered as peak not pause of CO2 growth, agency says as data shows energy-related CO2 stayed put last year.
There are 'few signs' industry majors are investing in renewables at the scale required by climate change, global body says in warnings aimed at wealthy Davos attendees.
Solar already jumped ten-fold last year and could help Baltic state succeed in its move away from shale oil if clear targets are set, says review by global energy watchdog.
A report on the off-grid solar market has revealed that there has been a 7% drop in off-grid solar and home system product sales worldwide yet the market remains “buoyant”.
In a manual directly aimed at policy makers, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has sought to debunk various myths about integrating wind and solar to the grid, while also providing solutions to bona fide problems that can arise.
The International Energy Agency has heralded the beginnings of a global shift to low carbon energy sources, but reiterated earlier calls for bolder action in the pending COP21 climate talks in Paris.