Tag Archives: IEA

The Week in Review – November 14 – 20

by Sophie Nguebana, Elisabeth Nguebana, Patrick Osborne, Alexander Geysman, Alberto Perego, Irina Mironova UN Climate Talks in Marrakesh The Conference of Parties, COP22 took place in Marrakesh. The participants of the meeting have discussed the way forward after Paris. At the same time, a group of climate-sceptics has gathered in Washington, D.C. to discuss the […]

Week in Review October 24 – October 30

by Sophie Nhuebana, Timothy Abraham, Elisabeth Nguebana, Glenda Pavon, Alberto Perego, Bogdan Polishchuk, Patrick Osborne  Photo by Jerry D. Mathes III Russia Prepares for Deep Budget Cuts Russia is preparing to slash government spending across the board over the next three years as it struggles to bring down the budget deficit because of lower oil […]

Solar Drones Electrifying the Developing World

by Glenda Pavon-Suriel According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), 620 million people in Africa still don’t have access to electricity. Many others around the world live in areas where the grid system is unreliable. In Africa, for example, investments in the electricity sector are particularly low, as are rates of electrification compared to other developing […]

Energy News Blog – World Energy Outlook – 2015: Answers for Students and Some Questions in Return

by Irina Mironova Global energy is constantly changing. Demand is driven by economic development, demographic growth as well as efficiency of energy use. Supply, in its turn, is affected by the development of technology, which drives down costs and makes new groups of sources available and economically viable. As a result, we witness changes in […]