International Energy Agency argues UK, USA and EU and others have the 'economic heft, technology leadership and international alliances' to pioneer the development of low carbon industrial hubs
In speech to mark sixth month anniversary of Glasgow Summit, COP26 President argues 'net zero means security, prosperity, and preventing the problems of the present from growing inexorably'
Energy body predicts another bumper year for renewables this year, but warns policies introduced in next six months will determine whether momentum can be maintained beyond 2022
Group calculates global oil demand could be reduce by 2.7 million barrels a day if string of 10 emergency measures were introduced
The new Tyre Extinguishers' group is targetting fuel-hungry vehicles in bid to highlight their outsized contribution to urban air pollution and the climate crisis
New IEA analysis reveals methane emissions from the energy sector are 70 per cent higher than official reports, but could high gas prices finally prompt operators to tackle the problem
The global economy could face many more years of energy market turbulence if governments do not take steps to turbocharge their clean energy and technology investments, the IEA has warned
UK electric vehicle sales reached record heights in 2021, but global demand for gas-guzzling SUVs continues to undermine climate goals