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Global Energy Investment Stabilised in 2018 with Oil & Coal Supply Bouncing Back

A new report has revealed that the global energy investment stabilised in 2018, ending three consecutive years of decline, as capital spending on oil, gas and coal supply bounced back while investment stalled for energy efficiency and renewables. The International Energy Agency’s latest annual review, published in its World Energy Investment Report 2019, reported a […]

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IEA Offers Insight to Morocco’s Energy Transition

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has in its latest in-depth review of Morocco’s energy policies, highlighted the institutional, legal and fiscal reforms undertaken to promote the sustainable development of the country’s energy sector. Since the last review in 2014, the agency noted the government’s positive efforts to boost renewable investment, provide access to electricity, and […]

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Renewable Capacity Growth Dips in 2018 After 20 Year Expansion: Report

2018 was the first time since 2001 that growth in renewable power capacity failed to increase year on year, a new report has revealed. New net capacity from solar PV, wind, hydro, bioenergy, and other renewable power sources increased by about 180 Gigawatts (GW) in 2018, the same as the previous year, according to the […]

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Sweden Comes Out on Top in IEA’s Energy Transition Country Review

Sweden is a global leader in building a low-carbon economy, with the lowest share of fossil fuels in its primary energy supply among all IEA member countries, and the second-lowest carbon-intensive economy. Sweden has been successful in its energy transformation through market-based policies that focus on energy efficiency and renewable energy, notably CO2 taxation, which has […]

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India, China and US Account For 70% of Rise in Energy Demands: IEA

IEA’s new report reveals that India, China and the US accounted for 70% of the global rise in energy demands last year, as demands were at a 10 year high. India, China, and the US together accounted for nearly 70 percent of the global rise in energy demands in 2018, according to a new report “The Global […]

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Solar Power Generation Set to Touch 600 GW by 2023: Report

This growth in the solar capacity, the report mentioned, will put solar energy ahead of all other renewable technologies combined. The total power generation capacity of the world using solar energy is set to touch approximately 600 GW by the end of 2023 from 391 GW in 2017, International Energy Agency (IEA) has said in […]

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Solar will Become More Competitive than Coal by 2040: IEA

IEA also said in the report that Renewable energy has surpassed fossil fuels worldwide as the main source of new electricity generation. Power generation using solar energy will be more competitive than that via coal before 2040, International Energy Agency (IEA) has predicted in its World Energy Outlook 2018 report. IEA also said in the […]

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Piyush Goyal to Receive Penn’s Top Prize in Energy Policy on Oct 19

During his tenure, the Minister directed a fast-track effort to electrify 18,000 villages in remote parts of India—helping bridge the country’s vast energy divide. The Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design will award its 4th Annual Carnot Prize to Piyush Goyal, India’s former Minister of Power and Renewables […]

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Investing Renewables Infesting Fossils

Renewable Energy Sector as a Future Investment Model With increasing technological advancements, renewable energies are having a significant impact. Renewable energy is becoming increasingly viable, a trend that could potentially be a game-changer for investors, particularly large scale, global investors. The International Energy Agency projected that renewable energy will continue to grow by 42 percent […]

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