International Energy Agency

Global Electricity Demand Growing Faster than Renewables: IEA Report

Renewables are expanding quickly but not enough to satisfy a strong rebound in global electricity demand this year, resulting in a sharp rise in the use of coal power that risks pushing carbon dioxide emissions from the electricity sector to record levels next year, says a new report from the International Energy Agency. After falling […]

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Experts Find Lower Costs, Cheap Credit To Be Decisive For Energy Future

What does the energy landscape look like in the post-Covid era? Ajay Mathur, Director, International Solar Alliance, believes that as we look to the future, two-three key changes emerge: One, post the pandemic, energy equipment buyers are considering the operating costs of energy with greater emphasis, largely because of the greater availability of credit, which […]

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Clean Energy Investment in Developing Economies a Global Priority: IEA

New report from IEA, in collaboration with World Bank and World Economic Forum, shows concerted international efforts are needed for a sustainable and resilient economic future in developing world The world’s energy and climate future increasingly hinges on whether emerging and developing economies are able to successfully transition to cleaner energy systems, calling for a […]

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AER Report Q1 FY21: Solar Eclipses Gas as Electricity Source in Australia

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) recently published its Quarterly Wholesale Markets Report for the first three months of this year, reporting that large-scale solar generated more electricity than the average amount produced by gas for the first time in Australia. In Q1 FY21, wholesale electricity spot prices were lower than expected, with volume weighted average prices […]

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Spain’s Policy Plans to bring Successful Energy Transition through RE: IEA

Spain has laid out ambitious plans to transform its energy system, requiring strong policy support to ensure the needed investments, new IEA policy review says Spain has made considerable progress towards its goal of reaching net zero emissions by 2050, but future gains need to be supported by stable policies, adequate public financing and incentives […]

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Renewables Powering Through the Pandemic: IEA

Renewable electricity expanded at fastest pace in two decades, with huge additions of solar and wind becoming the ‘new normal’ going forward Renewable sources of electricity such as wind and solar grew at their fastest rate in two decades in 2020 and are set to expand in coming years at a much faster pace than […]

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The 2021 Roadmap For Solar

With Budget 2021 finally behind us, India’s renewable energy sector, particularly solar has to reckon with a new reality finally. The renewable energy sector, especially solar, will have the government’s ear, but don’t expect any major moves anytime soon, as the government grapples with broader issues across the economy. Solar at least has the comfort […]

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Powering Solar to 2025 and beyond

The Technologies and Interventions That Will Drive Solar For the global solar sector, the pandemic hit home much earlier than it did for many other sectors. For even before global lockdowns became the norm, China’s early lockdown in late January, followed by other cities subsequently, was sufficiently disruptive for global shipments of solar equipment, of […]

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Renewable Energy to Lead New Capacity Addition in India: CEA Report

India’s green energy addition may constitute over half of India’s capacity addition by 2030 says CEA draft report Solar and wind energy projects may constitute over half of India’s total power capacity of by 2030, according to a draft report by India’s power-planning body, which predicts that the country may surpass its climate goals. The […]

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