With renewable energy sources ramping fast, it is no surprise that even the generally conservative International Energy Agency believes that solar, wind and the likes will the primary electricity source globally by 2030.
The most important paper of the year on energy is out as the International Energy Agency published its landmark World Energy Outlook report.
The World Energy Outlook from the International Energy Agency is a key publication when it comes to energy and climate issues as it presents key indicators, facts and trends from renowned experts. This year the IEA outlined the importance of ending fossil fuels subsidies – which amounted to $544 billion / 400€ billion last year,… Continue reading IEA World Energy Outlook 2013
It’s an habit, the prestigious International Energy Agency releases each November its famous flagship publication, the World Energy Outlook. Let’s review here the main findings and reactions. To the IEA , an important effort will have to be done as ” No more than one-third of proven reserves of fossil fuels can be consumed prior… Continue reading IEA World Energy Outlook 2012
According to the IEA’s annual report, the situation is getting bleaker and bleaker. Confirming that we have five years to start decreasing our global emissions – cf. my previous post on that very matter – it is also providing several other findings. As you can sure imagine, several websites published lengthy articles on the very… Continue reading IEA World Energy Outlook 2011
You may perhaps remember it, the International Energy Agency is banking a lot on carbon capture and storage (CCS). Indeed, the IEA believes that it could account for 15 % of greenhouse gases emissions reductions. However, CleanTechnica got an interesting article on how this solution fails to deliver. One of the main reasons is that… Continue reading Carbon Capture and Storage fails to deliver
Like every year at this period, the International Energy Agency published this week its latest World Energy Outlook (WEO). This year it is focusing on how country members can reach the goal they committed to in Copenhagen. Indeed limiting the rise in temperatures to 2°C is an important goal that requires a plan of action.… Continue reading IEA unveils its latest report : WEO 2010
We have already seen that some believe that peak oil may have already occurred last year. Now some IEA officials stated unofficially that oil production forecasts are completely unrealistic. As The Guardian noted : “The world is much closer to running out of oil than official estimates admit, according to a whistleblower at the IEA… Continue reading More on why peak oil already occurred
The International Energy Agency published today it’s annual World Energy Outlook. The 2009 version is even more urging action on climate change than the previous version. As Reuters noted in its article : ” The world will have to spend an extra $500 billion to cut carbon emissions for each year it delays implementing a… Continue reading IEA publishes its World Energy Outlook 2009
The International Energy Agency published today its famous World Energy Outlook. This edition stresses even more than last year’s version the importance of energy conservation and efficiency. With the booming energy demand from developing countries, energy saving mechanisms have to become more important if we want to avoid massive energy scarcity and climate change. As… Continue reading IEA’s World Energy Outlook 2008