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Clean tech set for more than half of 2023 energy investment

A projected $1.7tn will be invested in low carbon energy capacity this year, according to new International Energy Agency (IEA) report. 

Energy CO2 rose less than feared in 2022 says IEA

Risk of runaway emissions growth from shift to coal amid global energy crisis, mitigated by renewables, EVs, heat pumps, efficiency and other factors, reports International Energy Agency.

Climate inaction and lack of political will criticised at WEF in...

IEA executive director took the stage with young climate campaigners, to criticise the lack of political will on climate change.

Hydrogen industry shifting to clean tech, says new EPO/IEA report

Hydrogen technology innovation now driven by low-emission solutions according to a joint study of patents by the European Patent Office (EPO) and International Energy Agency (IEA).

IEA says solar supply chain is too concentrated in China

A new International Energy Agency (IEA) report welcomes Chinese investment in bringing down global solar power costs but warns of risks with more than 90% of some components produced only in China.

IEA report backs state efforts on clean energy start-ups

The International Energy Agency has issued a new report that looks at the unique value that governments can bring to clean technology innovations against the backdrop of a global energy crisis. 

Coal-powered energy heads for record highs

Major rebound in global energy demand not being met by renewables, says IEA.

IEA commends Portugal’s energy investment

Agency commends cuts to fossil fuel dependence, its approach to sustainability in its recovery stimulus, and early work towards hydrogen power.

IEA commends Spain’s energy transformation policies

New review commends national ambition but warns transport and construction must improve.

Record renewables now being led by USA and Europe

IEA reports accelerating growth of solar and wind to become “new normal”.
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