• RT @sara_moarif: Many countries severely hit by the Covid-19 pandemic are also vulnerable to climate-related stresses. A climate-resilient…
    IEA Tue 04 Aug 2020 13:37
  • RT @IEABirol: At the @IEA Clean Energy Summit, 40 Ministers discussed how to accelerate clean energy innovation – which the ? needs a lot m…
    IEA Tue 04 Aug 2020 13:07
  • Explore our report on clean energy Innovation ? The role of governments Link Global status IEA Mon 03 Aug 2020 23:01
    A cleaner and more resilient future energy system with net-zero emissions will require a wide range of technologies, some of which are still at an early stage of development. For these new technologies, innovation is an uncertain and competitive process: many ideas fall by the wayside. This report looks at how to manage uncertainty and expand the number of available and affordable clean energy technologies in support of net?zero emissions on a timetable compatible with international energy and climate goals. It features new IEA modelling that highlights candidates – including electrification (supported by batteries), hydrogen (and its derived fuels), CO2 capture and bioenergy – that could speed up progress in long-distance transport and heavy industry, sectors that in most cases lack readily scalable low-carbon technologies today. For policy makers, it offers recommendations for action.Successful technology concepts eventually pass through four stages: prototype,...
  • Our recently-released Special Report on Clean Energy Innovation includes a comprehensive tool analysing the market readiness of more than 400 clean energy technologies. Try it out today ? Link https://t.co/lHu9MawVYQ
    IEA Mon 03 Aug 2020 17:15

    The ETP Clean Energy Technology Guide is an interactive framework that contains information for over 400 individual technology designs and components across the whole energy system that contribute to achieving the goal of net-zero emissions.

    For each of these technologies, it includes information on the level of maturity (or Technology Readiness Level, TRL) and a compilation of development and deployment plans, as well as cost and performance improvement targets and leading players in the field.

    Use the filters below to narrow down the selection of technologies you are interested in.

  • RT @SeamusORegan: '2,000 publicly-listed oil & gas companies are responsible for 25% of global emissions. 75% comes from the national compa…
    IEA Mon 03 Aug 2020 16:40
  • ?? "2020 is expected to be exceptionally hot in the northern hemisphere & exceptionally stormy in the North Atlantic. Improving the reliability & resilience of electricity systems is a key way of managing both crises" Read more from analyst Jinsun Lim: IEA Mon 03 Aug 2020 15:40

    Access to electricity during displacement is particularly important if the evacuation is prolonged by persistent risks, damage to homes or limited mobility. Displaced people need reliable electricity so that medical equipment, cooling appliances and communication networks can be operated, which is why existing evacuation centres are generally equipped with back-up generators.

    Covid-19 rules for social distancing will require greater efforts, however. More shelters are needed, each accommodating fewer people, to prevent the spread of the virus. Resilient electricity systems that isolate damaged parts in the event of outages could help. For instance, “islanding” schemes with strongly meshed networks and distributed generation could hedge risks and support more evacuation centres to better limit the spread of Covid-19.

  • RT @nicole_jthomas: The energy sector is key to reducing global emissions globally. Recent @IEA analysis has illustrated the key climate an…
    IEA Mon 03 Aug 2020 13:25
  • RT @sara_moarif: Earlier this year, @IEA released its first review of India's energy policies. Drawing on this, a new commentary on linking…
    IEA Mon 03 Aug 2020 13:25
  • "Clean energy should be at the heart of the economic recovery, because many governments are preparing once-in-a-generation-in-scale stimulus plans, & these are trillions of dollars. It is a historic opportunity" @IEABirol talking to @FortuneMagazine ?? Link
    IEA Mon 03 Aug 2020 09:35
  • Our latest newsletter went out on Monday, with info on the IEA Ministerial roundtable on Iraq, our annual statistics updates, the status of clean energy tech, and much, much more. ?? Read it here ? IEA Sun 02 Aug 2020 15:59
    Last week, the IEA and the Government of Iraq hosted a high-level Ministerial roundtable on investment and economic reforms in Iraq, with a particular focus on the country’s electricity and gas sectors.     The virtual meeting brought together Mr Ali Allawi, Iraq’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, and other senior Iraqi Ministers and policymakers, partner Ministers from several countries, CEOs of energy companies, as well as international financial institutions, who discussed how to ensure that Iraq’s energy sector can continue its recovery at a time of constrained government budgets and tighter financing environments.    "Iraq reforming its economy is not a matter for debate. It is essential, and it is vital that reforms are comprehensive and timely," said Mr Allawi. "The meeting today with the IEA highlighted the Government of Iraq's seriousness in its endeavour to fundamentally reform its economy, including the energy...
  • ? "We need a focus on both ambitious, near-term reductions in emissions & accelerating investment in the full range of clean & sustainable energy tech necessary to get all the way to net zero" Read more from @IPCC_CH Chair Dr Hoesung Lee & @IEABirol ? Link https://t.co/p1745GqnmL
    IEA Sun 02 Aug 2020 14:54

    The coronavirus pandemic has brought immense disruption to our world, destroying lives and livelihoods. But it is also reminding us that there are some challenges we cannot tackle alone.

    Limiting the spread of the virus has required everyone to act collectively to make life safer for all of us. This holds true for the other great crisis the world faces – untamed levels of greenhouse gas emissions that are already bringing increasingly dangerous consequences.

    Our climate challenge is a shared global challenge – and it is largely an energy challenge. Energy accounts for over two-thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions. This means energy must be at the heart of any solution.

    There is no time to lose. Analysis by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) clearly shows us that global emissions need to be reduced to net-zero within the next few decades to avoid a dangerous increase in global temperatures. The coronavirus pandemic is resulting in a drop...

  • The sixth episode of our podcast #EverythingEnergy is out now! ?? Join @alialsaffar as he reflects on recent @IEA work on Iraq & the main challenges facing the country as it looks to reform its energy sector. Apple: Link Spotify: IEA Sun 02 Aug 2020 13:09

    In the episode we chat to Ali Al-Saffar, Middle East and Africa Programme Manager at the International Energy Agency about recent work by the IEA on Iraq, as well as the main challenges facing the country as it seeks to reform its energy sector. We recorded this episode following the Iraq Ministerial roundtable discussion hosted by the IEA on 23 July 2020.

  • RT @PEspinosaC: Thank you Fatih. Looking forward to enhanced collaboration.
    IEA Sat 01 Aug 2020 18:58
  • RT @IPCC_CH: #IPCC is happy to have worked @IEABirol on this joint op-ed to understand how smart and sustainable choices + affordable and r…
    IEA Sat 01 Aug 2020 18:13
  • ?? "Our climate challenge is a shared global challenge & it is largely an energy challenge [...] Energy must be at the heart of any solution." Read more in this joint op-ed from @IPCC_CH Chair Dr Hoesung Lee & our Executive Director @IEABirol ?? Link
    IEA Sat 01 Aug 2020 11:53

    The coronavirus pandemic has brought immense disruption to our world, destroying lives and livelihoods. But it is also reminding us that there are some challenges we cannot tackle alone.

    Limiting the spread of the virus has required everyone to act collectively to make life safer for all of us. This holds true for the other great crisis the world faces – untamed levels of greenhouse gas emissions that are already bringing increasingly dangerous consequences.

    Our climate challenge is a shared global challenge – and it is largely an energy challenge. Energy accounts for over two-thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions. This means energy must be at the heart of any solution.

    There is no time to lose. Analysis by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) clearly shows us that global emissions need to be reduced to net-zero within the next few decades to avoid a dangerous increase in global temperatures. The coronavirus pandemic is resulting in a drop...

  • RT @IPCC_CH: #IPCC is happy to have worked @IEABirol on this joint op-ed to understand how smart and sustainable choices + affordable and r…
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 16:07
  • RT @IEABirol: Delighted to have worked with @IPCC_CH Chair Dr Hoesung Lee on this joint op-ed and beyond.   With energy at the heart of the…
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 15:47
  • RT @IPCC_CH: #NowReading joint op-ed by IPCC Chair Hoesung Lee and @IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol – “Our climate challenge is a share…
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 15:47
  • RT @IEABirol: Delighted to have worked with @IPCC_CH Chair Dr Hoesung Lee on this joint op-ed and beyond. With energy at the heart of the…
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 15:32
  • RT @IPCC_CH: #NowReading op-ed by IPCC Chair Hoesung Lee and @IEA Executive Director Faith Birol – “Our climate challenge is a shared glob…
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 15:32
  • ? "We need a focus on both ambitious, near-term reductions in emissions & accelerating investment in the full range of clean & sustainable energy tech necessary to get all the way to net zero" Read more from @IPCC_CH Chair Dr Hoesung Lee & @IEABirol ? Link https://t.co/tSWd8H35zN
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 13:12

    The coronavirus pandemic has brought immense disruption to our world, destroying lives and livelihoods. But it is also reminding us that there are some challenges we cannot tackle alone.

    Limiting the spread of the virus has required everyone to act collectively to make life safer for all of us. This holds true for the other great crisis the world faces – untamed levels of greenhouse gas emissions that are already bringing increasingly dangerous consequences.

    Our climate challenge is a shared global challenge – and it is largely an energy challenge. Energy accounts for over two-thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions. This means energy must be at the heart of any solution.

    There is no time to lose. Analysis by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) clearly shows us that global emissions need to be reduced to net-zero within the next few decades to avoid a dangerous increase in global temperatures. The coronavirus pandemic is resulting in a drop...

  • RT @turkdm: Check out this historic joint op-ed by two of the most important international collaborations / organizations! https://t.co/Ghj…
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 11:57
  • Don't miss this joint op-ed from Dr Hoesung Lee, Chair of The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change @IPCC_CH & our Executive Director @IEABirol, on placing energy at the heart of the solution to the global climate challenge ?? Link
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 11:57

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  • RT @diversioglobal: Thrilled to announce our partnership with @NRCan @ENERGY @beisgovuk @IEA @C3E_Intl_Energy and 150 organizations worldwi…
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 10:12
  • RT @IEABirol: As the world confronts our shared climate & energy challenges, @IEA & @IPCC_CH are committed to providing evidence-based anal…
    IEA Fri 31 Jul 2020 09:27
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