Consistent, accurate and timely energy data and statistics are fundamental to developing effective and efficient national energy policies, as well as a key element in longer-term planning for investment in the energy sector. To this end, the IEA provides the world’s most authoritative and comprehensive source of global energy data.
The IEA collects, assesses and disseminates energy statistics on supply and demand, compiled into energy balances in addition to a number of other key energy-related indicators, including energy prices, public RD&D and measures of energy efficiency, with other measures in development.
This emphasis on sound data provides a unique platform for modelling work and tracking both short-term shifts and long-term trends in countries’ energy transitions, particularly for clean energy.
Energy Balances Sankey
Explore, export and download energy balances from 1971 to 2017 by country and region in this interactive tool
Weather for Energy Tracker
The IEA and CMCC Weather for Energy Tracker is a new free platform showcasing weather-related data useful to understand, analyse and model the energy sector, from generation to use across sectors
Renewables Data Explorer
Explore historical data and forecasts for all renewables sectors and technologies
Oil Stocks of IEA Countries
Latest data on IEA oil stocks in days of net imports