India will overtake the U.S. to become the world’s second-biggest emitter of carbon dioxide from the power sector before 2030 as the nation’s electricity demand skyrockets, the International Energy Agency said in its latest World Energy Outlook.
India’s move to energise every village in the country with electricity is one of the greatest success stories in the world this year; providing clean cooking fuel to people is another laudable achievement that will reduce premature deaths
Overall, renewable energy will continue to grow to 2023, accounting for 40 percent of energy consumption growth as countries cut their greenhouse gas emissions to try and keep global warming in check
Bioenergy from liquid biofuels and biogas will lead growth in renewable energy consumption to 2023, due to its rising use in the heating and transport sectors, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Despite government efforts to cut pollution and carbon emissions from oil and gas, it expected the rapid growth of emerging economies, such as India and China, to propel demand for petrochemical products
Plastics and other petrochemical products will drive global oil demand to 2050, offsetting slower consumption of motor fuel, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Friday.
Petrol and diesel prices, already hovering near record levels, are poised to soar further as the head of the International Energy Agency sees robust global demand rapidly outpacing dwindling supply, boosting crude rates.
Global oil markets could tighten towards the end of this year due to strong demand and uncertainty of production in some oil producing nations, the head of the International Energy Agency said.
Low power prices discovered in recent auctions of renewable energy projects may pose a risk for development of future projects in India, Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) has said in its World Energy Investment 2018 report.
Advances are taking place in clean energy, transport and efficiency that may have rightfully been considered miraculous a decade ago. But here’s the catch: As fast as everything is proceeding, it’s still not fast enough.
The huge paradigm shift towards electric vehicles is very evident, the buyers perspective globally towards driving an electric vehicle is changing and the users are now very accepting of EVs.
Global oil demand rose by 1.5 million barrels a day in 2017, growing at 1.6 per cent, more than twice the average annual growth rate seen in a decade, International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its report.