The International Energy Agency works with countries around the world to shape energy policies for a secure and sustainable future. The International Energy Agency works to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for its 29 member countries and beyond.
Mission: Founded in response to the 1973/4 oil crisis, the IEA’s initial role was to help countries co-ordinate a collective response to major disruptions in oil supply through the release of emergency oil stocks to the markets. While this continues to be a key aspect of its work, the IEA has evolved and expanded. It is at the heart of global dialogue on energy, providing authoritative and unbiased research, statistics, analysis and recommendations. Today, the IEA’s four main areas of focus are: - Energy security: Promoting diversity, efficiency and flexibility within all energy sectors. - Economic development: Ensuring the stable supply of energy to IEA member countries and promoting free markets to foster economic growth and eliminate energy poverty - Environmental awareness: Enhancing international knowledge of options for tackling climate change. - Engagement worldwide: Working closely with non-member countries, especially major producers and consumers, to find solutions to shared energy and environmental concerns.
Efficiency-related stimulus spending announced so far is set to create nearly 2️⃣ million jobs in the next 3️⃣ years.
But with greater efforts, that number could reach 6️⃣ million - helping drive sustainable economic recoveries around the 🌏 → https://iea.li/3mBvWKn
Behavioural changes by people across the 🌍 could have a major impact on global emissions.
Adjusting our transport habits could cut emissions by 625 million tonnes of CO2 in 2030 – the equivalent of taking all the cars 🚘 in the EU off the road 👉 https://iea.li/2L4CzqA
Renewable power increased its market share during #Covid19 lockdowns around the 🌎
As electricity demand dropped in the US 🇺🇸, renewables continued to grow & are set to produce over 9% more electricity in 2020 than in 2019 👉 https://iea.li/3mj2veM
🗣 “Heating & cooling systems, the two main end-uses in building operations, are particularly critical areas to address to curb buildings emissions.”
Don’t miss our latest commentary from IEA analysts Thibaut Abergel & Chiara Delmastro ➡️ https://iea.li/2WiSkfL
The world is still flaring as much natural gas as it did 🔟 years ago. Routine flaring & all venting of gas needs to disappear rapidly from the oil & gas landscape to put the 🌍 on a more sustainable path post-#Covid19.
Read more in our new commentary 👉 https://iea.li/3gM5QSL
Coal’s share in the electricity mix & the overall energy mix are in steady decline. But without new policies, no rapid demand reduction is in sight.
Our Coal 2020 report, released today, offers analysis & forecasts on the outlook for coal through 2025 ➡️ https://iea.li/2Kem2A8
Global coal demand is set to fall by 5% this year, the largest drop since World War II.
Our just-released Coal 2020 report examines the latest global trends in coal & its outlook for the next 5️⃣ years.
Read the report ➡️ https://iea.li/2Wuljxg
Coal 2020 - Analysis and key findings. A report by the International Energy Agency.
🗣 “Electricity has a central role in today’s energy world – a role that will only increase in importance as clean energy transitions accelerate.”
IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol on our first ever Electricity Market Report, released yesterday → https://iea.li/2WeP5pU
The #Covid19 crisis led to a shock in electricity demand around the 🌍
In Europe, full lockdown measures pushed demand down by 20% or more. But since lockdowns were lifted, demand has gradually recovered 📈
Learn more → https://iea.li/3ag6fM5
Five years after the Paris Agreement, clean & secure energy remains vital for reaching climate & sustainable energy goals.
In this commentary, IEA's Mechthild Wörsdörfer & Tom Howes look at the IEA's efforts to help accelerate clean energy transitions worldwide ➡️ https://iea.li/3oUkFFG
Our Electricity Market Report is out now!
This first-of-its-kind report examines the profound impacts of #Covid19 on the electricity sector & the outlook for ⚡️ in 2021.
Read more 👉 https://iea.li/2IOBGBK
Energy efficiency progress is set to slow to less than 1% in 2020 – its weakest rate in 🔟 years.
Major progress in efficiency is needed to reach energy & climate goals.
Read more in Energy Efficiency 2020 → https://iea.li/37tYE9r
Electricity production is witnessing a profound transformation, with a huge increase in the deployment of solar PV ☀️ & wind 💨
Drawing on new analysis in #WEO20, this article explores what the future of electricity may look like → https://iea.li/3eraNza
Governments around the world have made efficiency a key pillar of their stimulus plans.
Efficiency measures announced to date have mainly focused on buildings or the shift to electric vehicles, but many opportunities remain untapped → https://iea.li/39GNUau
The world is still flaring as much natural gas as it did 🔟 years ago.
Routine flaring & all venting of gas needs to disappear rapidly from the oil & gas landscape to put the 🌍 on a more sustainable path post-#Covid19.
Read more in our new commentary: https://iea.li/3n7V1wq
The electricity sector is essential for modern societies & has a crucial role to play in reducing 🌍 emissions.
Our joint report with the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency explores the projected costs of generating electricity & the impacts of various technologies in global power systems ➡️ https://iea.li/39XvqTs
What the world builds next will shape energy demand far into the future.
Without stronger policies on building codes and renovations, inefficiencies will be locked-in for decades as growth resumes.
Read more ➡️ https://iea.li/39GNaSK
Stronger policies on energy efficiency can enable it to lower energy sector emissions by more than 40% by 2040.
But at the moment, efficiency progress is slowing down, posing a major challenge to efforts to meet climate & sustainable energy goals ➡️ https://iea.li/3oibRJl
Policy changes in China, the shale revolution, the rise of wind & solar, and growing climate action all affected the outlook for coal over the past decade.
This new commentary looks at what coal’s past 10 years can tell us about its future ➡️ https://iea.li/2Vrt6vn
The new Weather for Energy Tracker from IEA & CMCC showcases weather-related data that's vital for understanding & analysing the energy sector.
With 50+ variables & billions of freely downloadable data points over 20 years, there's lots to explore! ➡️ https://iea.li/3mET9vb
🗣 “Energy efficiency is one of the mainstays of global efforts to reach energy & climate goals … I’m very concerned that improvements in global energy efficiency are now at their slowest rate in a decade.”
Our Executive Director Dr Fatih Birol launching Energy Efficiency 2020 ➡️ https://iea.li/2JCYHHQ
We just released Energy Efficiency 2020!
It offers vital analysis on how the #Covid19 crisis is affecting the global outlook for energy efficiency & the key role efficiency can play in sustainable economic recoveries.
Explore the report 👇
Energy Efficiency 2020 - Analysis and key findings. A report by the International Energy Agency.
🔴 WATCH LIVE | Watch the launch of Energy Efficiency 2020 as our Executive Director Fatih Birol & Head of Energy Efficiency Brian Motherway explore key insights from our just-released report ⬇️
Heating & cooling accounts for almost half of 🌏 energy consumption.
Our joint report with IRENA & REN21 highlights opportunities & challenges for the adoption of renewables in heating & cooling, and policy actions that could propel growth.
More 👉 https://iea.li/3mpIVyF
Tackling emissions from today’s power stations & industrial plants will be essential to achieve ambitious international energy & climate goals.
Read more on the crucial role of CCUS in cutting emissions from these existing assets 👉 https://iea.li/2TWOMi9
The latest update to our Energy Technology RD&D Budget Database - tracking trends in spending on research, development & demonstration – was just released!
Explore the key findings → https://iea.li/2HYC4gF
Governments around the 🌎 are looking to support their auto industries post-#Covid19.
Our latest article explores how stimulus packages that promote vehicle efficiency & electrification can propel sustainable economic recoveries ➡️ https://iea.li/3lhgzoZ
Our latest in-depth review of Korea's energy policies is out now!
The report examines opportunities to enhance energy security in Flag of South Korea while accelerating its clean energy transition & moving it closer to achieving carbon neutrality targets.
Read more ➡️ https://iea.li/3l90UYv
The momentum for CCUS is growing - supported by ambitious climate targets & new policy incentives.
After years of declining investments 📉, plans for more than 30 new CCUS projects have been announced since 2017 → https://iea.li/2HZ5Im0
EDF Chairman & CEO Jean-Bernard Lévy will join our Executive Director Dr Fatih Birol for an IEA Big Ideas talks on the role of low-carbon electricity ⚡ in reaching international energy & climate goals.
Watch 🔴 LIVE from 15:00 CET ⬇️
China’s aim of reaching net-zero emissions will require ambitious & comprehensive policies. Our new commentary examines key areas:
▶️ Reducing energy intensity
▶️ Power sector transformation
▶️ Accelerated innovation
▶️ New infrastructure
Read more 👉 https://iea.li/3mXMwUz
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