Understanding the opportunities, challenges and feasibility that come with different new and emerging clean energy technologies is central for improved energy and environmental policy making.
First issued in 2006, Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) has for more than a decade contributed to global energy and environmental policy-making. To further strengthen its relevance to decision-makers in governments and industry, the IEA has revamped the publication in 2020 with a focus on technology opportunities for reaching net-zero emissions from the energy sector. An updated Clean Energy Technology Perspective report is expected in January 2023.
Securing Clean Energy Technology Supply Chains
A policy framework for accelerating sustainable energy transitions in heavy industry
Is cooling the future of heating?
Iron and Steel Technology Roadmap
Towards more sustainable steelmaking
CCUS in Clean Energy Transitions
The challenge of reaching zero emissions in heavy industry
Heavy industries both facilitate and complicate the transition to a net-zero emissions energy system
Energy Technology Perspectives 2020
Clean energy innovation in the Covid-19 crisis
Investing today to ensure a sustainable tomorrow
New low-carbon technologies show clear potential for transforming the global energy system, but a key challenge remains: what steps do governments and industry need to take to ensure their development and deployment?
Roadmapping is a useful tool to help address complicated issues strategically at the national, regional and global levels. To help turn political statements and analytical work into concrete action, the IEA has developed a series of global roadmaps devoted to low-carbon energy technologies.