IEA sees renewable energy growth accelerating over next 5 years
Agency’s first-ever renewable energy market report forecasts that global renewable power generation will increase by over 40% as deployment opportunities expand
5 July 2012
New IEA report shows technology can transform energy system but emphasises need for decisive policy action now
Energy Technology Perspectives 2012 says with right policies, shift to clean energy can more than pay for itself
11 June 2012
IEA says action needed now to sustainably enhance energy security and avert climate change
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Climate-Energy Policies for Low-Carbon Transitions
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17 April 2018
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27 November 2017
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