As next-generation wind and solar power grows in the energy mix, a focus on their falling generation costs alone stops short of what is needed More »»
Renewable energy is energy that is derived from natural processes (e.g. sunlight and wind) that are replenished at a higher rate than they are consumed. Solar, wind, geothermal, hydropower, bioenergy and ocean power are sources of renewable energy. The role of renewables continues to increase in the electricity, heating and cooling and transport sectors.
More than 150 experts from around the globe share ideas with the IEA More »»
As costs fall and emerging economies drive growth, IEA report sees major opportunities – but policy uncertainties remain. More »»
To achieve that vision, IEA reports call for clear, credible consistent signals from policy makers More »»