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Clean energy demand for critical minerals set to soar as world pursues net zero goals
Cooperation between North-West European countries is needed to scale up low-carbon hydrogen in region
Global electric car sales set for further strong growth after 40% rise in 2020
Seven Key Principles for Implementing Net Zero
Lithuania is well placed to lead on clean energy and energy security
Mary Warlick appointed as IEA Deputy Executive Director
New analysis of patent data highlights need to accelerate innovation
Executive Director Speech at Leaders Summit on Climate
Female science and mathematics teachers: Better than they think?
Role of biomethane in energy transition and in energy circular economy, in and around urban contexts
Global carbon dioxide emissions are set for their second-biggest increase in history
Second Energy Transition Council Ministerial & Rapid Response Facility launch
Alok Sharma speaks at second ministerial meeting of Energy Transition Council
Manufacturing firms shouldn’t fear true cost of fuel – here’s why
Let wind turbines conquer Seven Seas
More climate action needed during ‘make-or-break year’ for people and planet
Energy and climate leaders from around world pledge clean energy action at IEA-COP26 Net Zero Summit
International action and collaboration for a decade of delivery on climate change
Ministers, CEOs and other high-level leaders stress vital role of energy efficiency in reaching climate goals
European Commission and IEA pull together for net zero
Landmark IEA-Indonesia Energy Transition Alliance will build a path to a sustainable energy future
Greens legislate to keep Snowy clean
Australia is sending 8,000 vaccine doses to PNG – but without reliable electricity, how will they be kept cold?
Oil markets face uncertain future after rebound from historic Covid-19 shock
First meeting of Global Commission on People-Centred Clean Energy Transitions brings together energy and climate leaders
Executive Director and US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm meet to discuss cooperation on energy and climate goals
Ministers from around world join Global Commission on People-Centred Clean Energy Transitions
Energy and climate leaders from US, China, EU, India and other key economies to boost clean energy momentum
Turkey’s success in renewables is helping diversify its energy mix and increase its energy security
Executive Director and COP26 President review global climate diplomacy in bilateral meeting
Innovation and market reform needed to drive Japan’s clean energy transition, IEA policy review finds
Executive Director and US Climate Envoy John Kerry discuss US-IEA collaboration on urgent actions to drive down emissions
After steep drop in early 2020, global carbon dioxide emissions have rebounded strongly
IEA publishing early release of its energy statistics, balances and CO2 emissions data
IEA and SICA to collaborate on clean energy transitions in Central America
U.S. President Biden Announces Additional Members of His Energy and Jobs Team
Australia’s fuel security threatened by closure of Altona oil refinery
India has opportunity to build a new energy future
RTE and IEA publish study on technical conditions necessary for a power system with a High Share of Renewables
India and IEA enter new phase of closer collaboration with signing of Strategic Partnership Framework
Mission Possible: Climate-Action Partnership Launched to Help Transform Heavy Industry and Transport
New global commission headed by Danish Prime Minister will focus on putting people at heart of energy transitions
DTU in front of IEA cooperation on new motor fuels
IEA calls on companies, governments and regulators to take urgent action to cut methane emissions from oil and gas sector
Global discussion highlights priorities for improving diversity and inclusion in energy sector
IEA to produce world’s first comprehensive roadmap to net-zero emissions by 2050
A rebound in global coal demand in 2021 is set to be short-lived, but no immediate decline in sight
Global electricity demand to rebound modestly in 2021 after historic shock from pandemic