Geothermal Essentials
IEA paper sketches out basic facts and prospects for using energy from the Earth’s core
29 July 2010

IEA welcomes France’s commitment to combating climate change and urges the government to pursue electricity sector reforms
26 July 2010

IEA encourages Turkey to further reform its energy sector and move towards a low-carbon economy
23 July 2010

China overtakes the United States to become world’s largest energy consumer
20 July 2010

IEA Participates in Clean Energy Ministerial
19 July 2010

IEA contributes to Renewables Global Status Report
16 July 2010

Energy Technology Perspectives presentation in China
15 July 2010

Presenting Energy Technology Perspectives in Brazil and Chile
14 July 2010

Mexico opens Latin American tour for Energy Technology Perspectives
9 July 2010

Breakfast debate in Paris on Energy Technology Perspectives 2010
8 July 2010

Preparing for the Partnership Meeting
8 July 2010

Oil and Gas Market Report presented in Washington
7 July 2010

Energy Technology Perspectives presentation in Germany
6 July 2010

Highlighting key energy technology messages in UK
5 July 2010

IEA sees the first early signs of an energy technology revolution underway across the globe but urges that much more needs to be done to achieve the necessary long-term CO2 cuts
1 July 2010