WHAT: Publication of the IEA’s Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report 2016
WHEN: Tuesday, 25 October, at 10:00 AM Paris time
The rapid spread of renewable energy is a bright spot in the global energy transition toward a low carbon economy. Despite lower fossil fuel prices, renewable power expanded at its fastest-ever rate in 2015 thanks to supportive government policies and sharp cost reductions.
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Renewables accounted for more than half of the world’s additional electricity capacity last year. But even with this remarkable progress, there are questions about whether renewables are on track to reach targets set by the Paris Agreement.
This report examines this question in detail and looks at how renewable energy in the power, heat and transportation sectors will evolve over the next five years in the face of lower fossil fuel prices. It explores recent renewable deployment and policy trends across different regions and countries, particularly as costs for wind and solar PV continue to fall, and touches on advanced biofuels use.
The Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report 2016 also assesses the potential impact of enhanced policy action for the electricity sector under its accelerated case, which would position the world firmly on a path to a more sustainable and secure energy system.
NOTE: Dr. Fatih Birol, IEA Executive Director, and Paolo Frankl, head of the IEA’s Renewable Energy Division, will be holding a press conference at Singapore International Energy Week on 25 October.
To attend the press conference, please contact the SIEW organizers.
About the IEA: The International Energy Agency, the global energy authority, was founded in 1974 to help its member countries co-ordinate a collective response to major oil supply disruptions. Its mission has evolved and rests today on three main pillars: working to ensure global energy security; expanding energy cooperation and dialogue around the world; and promoting an environmentally sustainable energy future.
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