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IEA 5h
The 2018 edition of World Energy Outlook includes three deep dives into key topics: • Electricity: • Producer economies: • Oil & Gas innovation:
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IEA 7h
The full picture of energy in 2018 👇 ⚪Oil ⚪Gas ⚪Coal ⚪Renewables ⚪Electricity ⚪Efficiency ⚪Emissions
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IEA 19h
"Current investment trends show the need for bolder decisions required to make the energy system more sustainable. Government leadership is critical to reduce risks for investors" 🗣 on launching our report tracking global energy investment 👉
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IEA 23h
Current investment trends show the need for bolder decisions required to make the energy system more sustainable. Don't miss this webinar from the authors of World Energy Investment 2019, as they talk through the key findings of our just-released report
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Fatih Birol 23h
Delighted to welcome 120+ participants from 40 countries to the 11th Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies Training Week in Paris. Proud that only 5 years into the programme, we’ve already welcomed over 1,300 participants from 90+ countries
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IEA 23h
E.g. adjusting renewable power investment data to 2018 cost levels shows rising trend in spending, up around 55% since 2010. Even on a cost-adjusted basis, renewables investment levelled off in 2018 & remains far short of the doubling needed by 2030 to meet sustainability goals
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Hi . I can confirm investment data takes changing costs of low-carbon tech into account
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IFP School May 20
Executive Director of the and Honorary Patron of the 2018-19 graduating class, Fatih Birol came on Monday to meet our students and to share his vision of the current global context. A real source of inspiration for our school and its teams!
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Mechthild Wörsdörfer May 20
Fatih BIROL giving a major speech at IFPEN school today on state of energy today and the future: with a lot of uncertainty
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vida May 20
Energy efficiency is good for business & digitalisation is paving the way for new opportunities - Energy Efficiency Innovation panel at Energy Efficiency training week
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Julie Kjestrup May 20
’s head of energy efficiency reminds us all that there is significant potential for across sectors - but so far we are not adequately tapping into it. We need to double investments over the next 5 years.
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Angela Maria Sarmiento May 20
Participating in Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies - Training week programme!
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Fatih Birol May 20
Very happy that my lions are once again Turkish Super League champions (for the 22nd time!) at the end of a thrilling season, and will be back for another Champions League.
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Julie Kjestrup May 20
I’ve arrived at the training week on in emerging economies! An early start on a rainy Monday morning but happy to be here to hear from speakers from all over the world and to share experience alongside energy efficiency colleagues
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Ed Crooks May 18
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Includes this quite amazing chart from the , showing how investment decisions for new coal-fired and gas-fired power plants have plunged since 2011
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Michael Liebreich May 19
This is a very important report - great work by . And the peer reviewers, obvs!
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Susanne Nies May 19
Happy to have been a peer reviewer in the last IEA World Energy Investment Report - great job ; free download: network investments have stalled globally : bad sign!
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IEA May 19
Current investment trends show the need for bolder decisions to make the energy system more sustainable. Explore the key findings from our annual analysis of global energy investment 👇
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IEA May 18
Over the next 5 years, more pumped storage hydropower plants are expected to be installed for global electricity storage than stationary battery storage technologies deployed
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IEA May 18
Getting the water & energy communities to coordinate efforts has the potential to unlock progress on some of the most deep-rooted issues of our day: providing electricity, clean cooking, clean drinking water & sanitation to billions who lack these today
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