International Energy Agency

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Power grid neglect stalls transition to clean energy: IEA

The IEA urged that 80 million km of grids must be added or replaced by 2040.

Power grid neglect stalls transition to clean energy: IEA

The IEA urged that 80 million km of grids must be added or replaced by 2040.

Renewables capacity to reach 4,500GW in 2024

This is equal to the total power output of China and the US.

India’s utility-scale solar addition to slow in 2023

The sector saw a record-high 14GW additions in 2022.

APAC battery investments up 27% YoY in 2022

Battery investments in the region will triple in 2023.

Global battery storage investment exceeds $20b in 2022

The US, China, and Europe comprised 90% of the total investment.

Clean energy investment to rise to US$1.7t in 2023: IEA

This includes funding for renewables, EVs, nuclear power, grids, and storage. 

Executives expect net-zero carbon emissions by 2057: report 

To attain this, investments need to increase to $4t by 2030. 

South Korea’s electricity demand up by around 3% in 2022

Renewables and nuclear mainly catered to the demand growth.

Coal dominates Asia Pacific’s generation mix in 2022

However, the share of low-carbon resources is increasing.

Middle East electricity demand up 2.6% YoY in 2022

Gas is the dominant electricity production source.

Clean energy tech investment reaches over $1.4t in 2022: IEA

It is around 70% of the total energy investment growth.

Could current and planned renewables capacity offset coal

Over 3,200GW wind and solar are projected to be installed by 2030.

Reducing green hydrogen production costs hangs on gov’t support

Hydrogen can reduce 10% of the total emissions to meet the global net-zero target, IRENA said.

Low-carbon electricity gets most gov’t investments support

The sector has received around $290b in investments since the start of the pandemic.