4 May 2015
With 2-degree target adrift, IEA report calls for tripling public spending on low-carbon technology R&D
22 January 2013
To achieve the region's ambitious 2050 goal, Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives details how countries can decarbonise their power sectors and electrify transport
5 November 2010
IEA Executive Director, Nobuo Tanaka travelled to London and Dublin on the 5th November to present key messages from the IEA's publication Energy Technology Perspectives 2010 (ETP 2010).
4 November 2010
'China is the driver of global oil demand growth’
3 November 2010
The IEA Clean Energy Technologies Symposium, co-hosted by the IEA and the Energy Market Authority of Singapore, was held on 2-3 November as one of the main events in the Singapore International Energy Week 2010.
16 July 2010
The Korea launch of the Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) 2010 publication was held in Seoul with IEA Executive Director Nobuo Tanaka.
15 July 2010
EA Executive Director Nobuo Tanaka travelled to Beijing for the China launch of the Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) 2010 publication. The launch was hosted by the Energy Research Institute (ERI) and presided by Han Wenke, Director General of ERI.
9 July 2010
IEA Deputy Executive Director Richard H. Jones presented the new IEA publication, Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) in Mexico City in the Secretaria de Energia (SENER).
8 July 2010
IEA Executive Director Nobuo Tanaka participated in a breakfast debate on the new IEA report, Energy Technology Perspectives 2010, in Paris. The event was hosted by the French Ministry of Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and Sea (MEEDDM).
6 July 2010
IEA Executive Director Nobuo Tanaka was in Berlin for the German launch of Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) 2010. During an event hosted by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Mr. Tanaka highlighted the challenges and opportunities facing Europe in achieving a low-carbon and more secure energy future to 2050.
5 July 2010
IEA Executive Director Nobuo Tanaka travelled to London to present the results of the new publication Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) 2010 to UK government officials as well as representatives from business, finance and academia.
1 July 2010
The IEA has just launched a new edition of Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP). The study presents updated scenarios from the present to 2050 that show which new technologies will be most important in key sectors and in different regions of the world for achieving the goal of halving global CO2 emissions by 2050.
1 July 2010
IEA Executive Director Nobuo Tanaka paid a visit to US Congressman Edward Markey to present the latest findings of the new IEA publication, Energy Technology Perspectives 2010.