the planet’s energy needs to 2030
energy demand will rise by two-thirds between now and
2030. Will today’s energy systems be able to handle
much will it cost to provide an adequate energy infrastructure?
kind of technical, economic and geopolitical risks must
regulatory barriers and financial obstacles must be overcome
to mobilise the needed capital?
the world’s financial system has the necessary
financing capacity, are the conditions right?
A pioneering in-depth study on investment needs by fuel and
by region, IEA’s World Energy Investment Outlook offers
some answers. Analysing the global energy investment challenge
over coming decades, it provides a window on the implications
of a range of alternative scenarios, policy frameworks and
different stages in technology development.
some 500 pages containing more than 230 tables and figures,
this ground-breaking IEA publication offers crucial insight
for policy makers, investors and all who address energy
issues. It can be purchased in various formats, including
pdf for multi-users. Click here to learn more about the
IEA World Energy Investment Outlook,and consult its Table
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is the latest in the IEA’s World Energy Outlook
series. A recognized authoritative source of projections
of global trends in energy supply and demand, trade,
investment and CO2 emissions, these IEA books are published
each year. The 2002 Outlook extended the projection scope
to span three decades into the future and included a
special chapter on energy and poverty. In 2001, the Outlook
assessed the ability of global fuel supplies to meet
future energy demand.