Recently, the IEA has released an overview centering on China’s market prospect in year 2019. Enlightening as it might prove to be, the overview makes clear its introductory nature and implied lack of depth and industry-specific details at the outset.
DNV GL publishes Energy Transition Outlook to 2050 ——The World’s Energy Demand Will Peak in 2035 Prompting a Reshaping of Energy Investment
According to DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook, global spending on energy, as proportion of economic output, is set to slow sharply because the world’s energy demand will decline from 2035 onwards. The historically significant change in our energy needs is largely down to rapid electrification and its inherent efficiency. The decarbonization of the energy mix […]
Highlights of the REN21 Renewables 2018 Global Status Report in perspective. This document presents the overarching trends and development from 2018 so that policymakers and others can more easily understand the significance of the latest renewable energy development. It outlines what is happening to drive the energy transition and details why it is not happening […]
Renewables 2018 Global Status Report GSR reveals two realities: one in which a revolution in the power sector is driving rapid change towards a renewable energy future; another in which the overall transition is not advancing with the speed needed. Click here to […]
European business continues to face significant operational difficulties in China. The European Chamber’s Business Confidence Survey 2018 reveals that doing business became more challenging over the past year due to longstanding regulatory barriers, market access restrictions and unequal treatment. New challenges are also on the horizon. European companies must now compete with Chinese firms that […]
he 2017 Edition of the REN21 Renewables Global Status Report reveals a global energy transition well underway, with record new additions of installed renewable energy capacity, rapidly falling costs, and the decoupling of economic growth and energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
Released in October 2017, this special World Energy Outlook Report by International Energy Agency (IEA) produce a ground-breaking and in-depth examination of the prospects for, and pathway to, modern energy access for all by 2030.
Asia and the Pacific are at the center of the climate change battle. Rising temperatures and sea levels are expected to have serious impacts on the people and the economy of this region in the coming decades. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is working with its members to identify solutions for addressing climate change and […]