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Saving Electricity in a Hurry describes some of the recent power blackouts – from Norway to New Zealand and from Tokyo to Arizona – and the policies these regions used to quickly reduce their power consumption.
This report examines the multiple policy approaches being taken by IEA Member countries to reduce transport-related carbon emissions.
  • 21 Apr 2005
  • IEA
  • Pages: 168
This book provides a new, quantitative assessment of the potential oil savings and costs of rapid oil demand restraint measures for transport. Some measures may make sense under any circumstances; others are primarily useful in emergency situations ...
This book shows how the international climate policy framework could effectively support a transition towards low-CO2 electricity systems in developing countries.
Electricity shortages can paralyse our modern economies. All governments fear rolling black-outs and their economic consequences, especially in economies increasingly based on digital technologies. Over the last two decades, the development of ...
This book analyses the most recent developments in security of gas supply and reliability in all IEA regions.
This book analyses the impact of electricity market reform on investment in the power industry. It considers the implications of more open and competitive markets for the security of electricity supply.
  • 27 Mar 2006
  • IEA
  • Pages: 248
This review analyses the Slovak energy sector and policies, and provides recommendations for the government.
  • 21 Apr 2011
  • IEA
  • Pages: 52
This roadmap sets out specific steps needed over the coming years to achieve milestones that will allow smart grids to deliver a clean energy future.
  • 01 Dec 2011
  • IEA
  • Pages: 240
In 90 minutes, enough sunlight strikes the earth to provide the entire planet's energy needs for one year. This publication gives an authoritative view of solar technologies and market trends while providing examples of the best and most advanced...
  • 10 Aug 2012
  • IEA
  • Pages: 50
The solar heating and cooling (SHC) roadmap outlines a pathway for solar energy to supply almost one sixth (18 EJ) of the world’s total energy use for both heating and cooling by 2050. This would save some 800 megatonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2 ...
  • 01 Jul 2015
  • IEA
  • Pages: 60
Current trends in energy supply and use are unsustainable – economically, environmentally and socially. Without decisive action, energy-related greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions would lead to considerable climate degradation with an average 6°C global...
  • 11 May 2010
  • IEA
  • Pages: 48
This energy technology roadmap envisions that by 2050, photovoltaic could provide 11% of global electricity production (4 500 TWh per year), corresponding to 3 000 gigawatts of cumulative installed photovoltaic capacity. In addition to contributing ...
  • 26 Feb 2003
  • IEA
  • Pages: 244
This study reviews current trends in South America’s gas sector and identifies the challenges ahead for the region to take advantage of its gas resources.
  • 20 Dec 1999
  • IEA
  • Pages: 78
This study describes the current situation, uncertainties and future challenges in the gas sectors of the Philippines, Vietnam and Myanmar.
  • 27 Oct 2017
  • IEA
  • Pages: 146
The ten Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries are among the most dynamic parts of the global energy system and a rising force in international energy affairs. Thanks to its growing partnership with Southeast Asia, the International...
Power sectors around the world are undergoing significant change due to the rapid uptake of new supply- and demand-side technologies. In particular, large-scale wind and solar power as well as distributed energy resources are influencing the...
This volume uses sectoral case studies to illustrate that achieving change in structural policies such as subsidies depends largely on good governance practices.
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