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Renewable, Nuclear Set To Outpace Electricity Demand Growth

Explore the latest IEA report revealing that renewable and nuclear power are set to outpace electricity demand growth, reducing CO2 emissions. With global electricity demand expected to accelerate, discover how low-emission sources, including solar, wind, hydro, and nuclear, will play a pivotal role in shaping the energy landscape by 2026.
Despite increased policy measures promoting energy efficiency, progress remains insufficient to meet climate targets, warns the Energy Efficiency 2023 market report by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

Bridging the Gap: Policies for Global Renewable Energy Transition

While two-thirds of countries globally have enacted dedicated policies for renewable energy, the report unveils a stark contrast. Only half of least developed countries (LDCs) and a third of small island developing states (SIDS) have implemented such policies, said the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in its latest Investment Policy Monitor.
Despite increased policy measures promoting energy efficiency, progress remains insufficient to meet climate targets, warns the Energy Efficiency 2023 market report by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

Renewable Energy: A Game-Changer for People and the Planet

A major transformation of global energy system is crucial to ensuring a safer and livable future. This transformation combines local and regional transitions from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources, widespread electrification, improvements in energy efficiency, and deployment in line with sustainable development, reveals the report Building a Nature-Positive Energy Transformation from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
The world saw a significant rise in global energy sector employment in 2022, fueled by increased investment in clean energy technologies. The second edition of the World Energy Employment report indicates that the number of jobs in the global energy sector reached 67 million people in 2022, marking a substantial increase of 3.5 million from pre-pandemic levels.

Renewable Energy Sector Soars: Nearly 14 Million Jobs Worldwide

In a remarkable achievement for the renewable energy industry, global employment in renewable energy reached a staggering 13.7 million jobs in 2022, marking a significant increase of one million since 2021 and a remarkable leap from the 7.3 million recorded in 2012. This remarkable growth is detailed in the tenth edition of the "Renewable Energy and Jobs: Annual Review 2023," a collaborative effort between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
Despite increased policy measures promoting energy efficiency, progress remains insufficient to meet climate targets, warns the Energy Efficiency 2023 market report by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

Transition to Renewable Energy: Five Key Strategies for Sustainable Future

Transitioning to renewable energy is imperative for the planet's survival, a fact underscored by UN Secretary-General António Guterres as the world observed the International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies on September 7. Guterres emphasizes that "without renewable, there can be no future."
The world saw a significant rise in global energy sector employment in 2022, fueled by increased investment in clean energy technologies. The second edition of the World Energy Employment report indicates that the number of jobs in the global energy sector reached 67 million people in 2022, marking a substantial increase of 3.5 million from pre-pandemic levels.

Renewables to Dominate World Electricity

Renewables are set to dominate the growth of the world’s electricity supply over the next three years as together with nuclear power...
The world saw a significant rise in global energy sector employment in 2022, fueled by increased investment in clean energy technologies. The second edition of the World Energy Employment report indicates that the number of jobs in the global energy sector reached 67 million people in 2022, marking a substantial increase of 3.5 million from pre-pandemic levels.

Investment in Renewables Need to Triple by 2050 For Cleaner World

The world should switch to cleaner forms of energy, such as solar, wind and hydro-electric power to limit the global temperature rise,....
The world saw a significant rise in global energy sector employment in 2022, fueled by increased investment in clean energy technologies. The second edition of the World Energy Employment report indicates that the number of jobs in the global energy sector reached 67 million people in 2022, marking a substantial increase of 3.5 million from pre-pandemic levels.

Draft Electricity (Renewable Energy) Rules Released

The Ministry of Power has come up with a “Draft Electricity (promoting renewable energy through Green Energy Open Access) Rules, 2021, aimed at purchase...

Mammalapuram Leads India’s Green Energy Revolution

Discover how the historic Shore Temple in Mamallapuram achieves India's first Green Energy Archaeological Site status through innovative initiatives, blending heritage conservation with sustainable practices.

Global Temperature Already Surpassed Of 1.5°C

Dive into the revelation of past ocean temperatures and the urgent call for climate action to curb global warming.