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IEA 7h
Our free, annual EV 🚗 report found: • Record sales in 2017 • 3m+ electric cars now on roads • Only handful of countries have significant market share • Innovations in battery chemistry needed to maintain growth Learn more 👉
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Fatih Birol 9h
Lively and enjoyable debate hosted by with , President of , and others as we count down the days to Katowice 🇵🇱
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Fatih Birol 9h
Heartfelt congratulations to Poland as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of its accession to the in presence of 🇵🇱
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M.Walton 11h
Great to see that latest report discusses how a lower carbon pathway- depending on the suit of technologies & fuels used-could, if not properly managed, exacerbate stress/be limited by it. The has looked at this issue in depth: visit
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IEA 12h
Modern bioenergy is the overlooked giant within renewable energy. Its share in global total consumption is about 50% today – as much as hydro 🌊, wind 🌬, solar ☀ & all other renewables combined. Learn more 👉
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IEA 15h
"With all the understandable enthusiasm about hydrogen in many quarters, we also need to be realistic & have a keen eye on the possible impediments & time-horizons involved" shares his thoughts on 'the missing link in the energy transition'
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IEA 16h
Emerging economies could be saving $150 billion of households’ energy bills through . How? Find out in Energy Efficiency 2018, coming out this Friday
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IEA 17h
"The science fiction novels of Jules Verne are full of electric cars, battery powered submarines & electric helicopters. This electric future was delayed by the century of oil, but it is now arriving" Read more from IEA Chief Economist Laszlo Varro 👇
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IEA 19h
Renewables need to increase further & faster to bring about an energy transition that achieves climate targets, ensures energy for all, reduces air pollution & improves energy security. These 20 policy recommendations provide guiding principles 👇
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IEA-DSM Oct 11
Want to know what works in changing ? Watch our Webinar: Thursday 25 October @ 15.00 CET Register here:
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Columbia U Energy Oct 15
There is still time to RSVP for our presentation on October 17 on the upcoming report "The Future of Petrochemicals". The study explores the role of in today’s global system. See details and register here:
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IEA Oct 16
Explore flows & breakdowns from 1973 onwards using our interactive
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IEA Oct 16
Representatives from 50 countries will gather in Paris at the 3rd IEA Global Conference on Energy Efficiency next week to to discuss how to accelerate action 🗓 Friday 26 Oct 📺 Watch live at 🕜 9am CEST
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Ute Collier Oct 16
New recommendations for renewable energy policy, my last piece of work before moving on after 3 years.
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IEA Oct 16
Over the next 5️⃣ years, Solar PV ☀ electricity capacity will grow faster than all other renewable power sources combined. Learn more 👉
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Jad Mouawad Oct 15
Find out what does on global energy security, expanding partnerships with emerging economies and helping speed up clean-energy transitions around the world by visiting our new homepage.
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Jad Mouawad Oct 15
Excellent ! And the good news is that anyone can get our new newsletter — Just sign up on our website 👉 and get the latest news, analysis, commentaries and upcoming events from straight to your mailbox 📬
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IEA Oct 15
'The Future of Petrochemicals' is the latest in our series shining a light on “blind spots” of the global energy system: • Petrochemicals: • Cooling: • Trucks:
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Jad Mouawad Oct 15
On Friday, we published a new homepage Today, we released our first public newsletter. And next month, we're growing the team.
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IEA Oct 15
While the rapid growth of wind & solar PV to 2023 will result in bioenergy’s share in renewable consumption falling, it will still represent 45% in 2023. Learn more:
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