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IEA 11h
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 12h
Passionate about improving understanding of the role of technology in supporting clean energy transitions? Check out the open jobs in our energy tech team: • Transport Modellers & Analysts: • Hydrogen & Alternative Fuels Analyst:
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IEA 14h
Energy supply depends on water. Water supply depends on energy. And this interdependency of water and energy is set to intensify in the coming years 👇
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Hi . I think you’re looking for . We’re the International Energy Agency, based in Paris.
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IEA Aug 19
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Hello, you can find the tracker here:
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IEA Aug 19
Although capacity additions remained flat in 2018, solar PV generation ☀️ increased 31% in 2018, and represented the largest absolute generation growth of all renewable technologies - slightly ahead of wind & hydropower
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IEA Aug 19
Curbing the growth in transport emissions will require action beyond road vehicles alone - we need to also improve the efficiency of and find alternatives to fossil-based fuels for hard-to-abate sectors like aviation and shipping
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IEA Aug 19
Aviation activity has grown 40% since 2000. With passenger & freight aviation demand expected to remain strong, more stringent carbon pricing, higher sustainable fuels consumption, & efficiency standards could help put aviation on more sustainable pathway
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IEA Aug 18
Passionate about improving understanding of the role of technology in supporting clean energy transitions? Check out the open jobs in our energy tech team: • Transport Modellers & Analysts: • Hydrogen & Alternative Fuels Analyst:
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IEA Aug 18
Check out the findings from our two recently released CCUS-focused reports: 1️⃣ On the critical role of CCUS in decarbonizing cement, steel & chemicals production 👉 2️⃣ On the impacts of limited deployment of CO2 storage 👉
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IEA Aug 18
Our new 'methane tracker' offers the most comprehensive global picture of methane emissions available, covering 8 industry areas across more than 70 countries
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IEA Aug 18
The Gorgon CO2 injection facility in Australia has just started operating, and is set to become the world's largest dedicated CO2 storage project 🌍 Our latest analysis highlights the important role of CO2 storage in meeting energy and climate goals
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IEA Aug 17
We've just released the 2019 edition of our World Energy Balances databases - with complete energy balances and indicators for over 160 countries and regions
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IEA Aug 17
Energy used for space cooling jumped an estimated 5% in 2018, due to growing ownership of air conditioners & extreme heat events 🌡️ To keep cool without heating the planet, new AC performance needs to improve by more than 50% by 2030
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IEA Aug 16
"Having more low-carbon electricity on the grid is not enough; we need to make better use of that low-carbon electricity. That means coordinated action on the transformation of power systems" Read more from energy analyst Enrique Gutierrez
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IEA Aug 16
Our analysis shows that only 7️⃣ out of 4️⃣5️⃣ critical energy technologies & sectors are on track to meet long-term climate goals: 1️⃣ Solar PV 2️⃣ Bioenergy for power 3️⃣ EVs 4️⃣ Rail 5️⃣ Lighting 6️⃣ Data centres & networks 7️⃣ Energy storage Learn more 👉
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Fatih Birol Aug 16
Global fossil fuel subsidies rose above $400bn last year for the first time since 2014. These subsidies lead to market distortions and slow down energy efficiency improvements. Read more in this commentary from colleagues:
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IEA Aug 16
Fuel economy improvements are stalling as consumers buy larger and heavier vehicles like SUVs, crossovers, and pick-ups; and as diesel car sales drop in countries like France, Germany, and Korea
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IEA Aug 15
• Why does bitcoin use energy? • How does bitcoin use energy? • How much energy is bitcoin using today? IEA analyst George Kamiya explores these questions in his latest commentary
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IEA Aug 15
Curbing the growth in transport emissions will require action beyond road vehicles alone - we need to also improve the efficiency of and find alternatives to fossil-based fuels for hard-to-abate sectors like aviation and shipping
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