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Achieving a swift reduction in global coal emissions is the central challenge for reaching international climate targets
The development of renewable and low-emission hydrogen in Northwest Europe is expected to gradually scale up in the short-to medium-term
IEA and African Development Bank deliver first online energy efficiency training for Sub-Saharan Africa
World Energy Outlook 2022 shows the global energy crisis can be a historic turning point towards a cleaner and more secure future
The rapid growth of clean energy technologies is expected to boost demand for critical minerals
But production and processing are highly concentrated in a small number of countries. Investment in diversifying supply chains is increasing, yet most near-term output growth for many minerals is still expected to come from today’s major producers, implying an even higher degree of concentration in the years ahead. This means the system is particularly vulnerable to disruptions – but policy strategies can ensure market preparedness for supply disruptions.