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The G7 Clean Energy Agenda – Call for Advocacies

  Promoting sustainable development and combating climate change have become integral aspects of energy planning, analysis and policy making. Because energy accounts for two-thirds of total greenhouse gas emissions and 80% of CO2, any effort to reduce emissions and mitigate climate change must include the energy sector. For these reasons, it is

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We’re getting closer to completing the energy transition

Energy is a linchpin of economic prosperity, with energy security, reliability and affordability key preconditions for sustainable growth. Is today’s energy system evolving in a way that ensures these preconditions? Today, the global energy scene is in a state of flux, with a series of large-scale shifts transforming the outlook for

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ETP 2017 maps major transformations in energy technologies over next decades

The global energy system is changing. More people are connecting to the grid as living standards improve around the world. Demand for consumer appliances and electronic devices is rising. New and innovative transportation technologies, such as electric vehicles and autonomous cars are also boosting power demand. The International Energy Agency's latest

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World Energy System Not On Track to Meet Paris Agreement Goals

Stronger Policy Signals Needed, Says IEA Renewable energy technology must be considerably ramped up in order to meet long-term climate change targets and governments need to support large-scale deployment with the necessary policies, the International Energy Agency said in a report published on Tuesday. Under the Paris Climate Change Agreement, countries have

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Air Pollution Seen Costing Trillions to Save Millions, IEA Says

Air pollution will continue rising in the next decades unless nations around the world invest trillions in cleaner energy and emissions controls, the International Energy Agency said. The Paris-based agency is calling for governments to adopt a strategy to cut pollutants by half, a plan that would add about 7 percent

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