Tendencias y Estudios / Energía que transforma

The Recover Better with Sustainable Energy Guide for African Countries

In Africa, 565 million people still lack access to electricity, and a further 900 million lack clean cooking solutions.    
As countries across Africa respond to the global COVID-19 pandemic, they have a once in a generation opportunity to ‘recover better’ with sustainable energy.

Halfway There: Energy Efficiency Can Cut Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Half by 2050

Energy efficiency can slash US energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by about 50% by 2050, getting us halfway to our national climate goals. We can achieve almost all these savings, worth more than $700 billion in 2050, by dramatically scaling up government policies and programs. This report examines 11 packages of efficiency opportunities in every economic sector and the policies that could unlock each of them.

Energy Prices 2020

This overview presents a selection of data from the IEA Energy prices database.

Estadísticas del subsector eléctrico de los países del Sistema de la Integración Centroamericana (SICA), 2018

En este documento se presenta información relevante de la industria eléctrica de los ocho países que conforman el Sistema de la Integración Centroamericana (SICA). En esta publicación se consideran dos grupos de países: a) los seis países que integran el Mercado Eléctrico Regional de América Central se incluyen en la sigla SIEPAC (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua y Panamá), y b) en la sigla SICA se incluyen los ocho países que conforman el organismo de integración referido (los seis ya mencionados, SIEPAC, más Belice y la República Dominicana).

Powering Opportunity: Energising Work, Enterprise and Quality of Life with Off-Grid Solar.

The COVID-19 pandemic has become a global challenge with unprecedented impact on families, healthcare systems, and economies. It reminds us how interconnected we are and that we share the same fundamental needs. No matter where we live, each of us needs basic services, access to information and the ability to connect with our loved ones. For each of these, we need energy. It is a stark reminder that almost a billion people are facing the lockdown without it - no power to work, no power to charge a phone, none even to turn on a light.

Energy Efficiency Indicators 2020

This statistical report is designed to help understand what drives final energy use in IEA member countries in order to improve and track national energy efficiency policies. This is a comprehensive selection of data that the IEA has been collecting each year, after its members recognised in 2009 the need to better monitor energy efficiency policies.

DSO Implementation Plan

Over the past few years Britain’s homes, businesses, and communities have been gaining more control over their energy through the new low carbon smart technologies that are becoming more commonplace in everyday life. In order to fully realise the benefits of these local resources, Britain’s networks need to be able to operate in a more adaptable and flexible way to manage local supply and demand.

Renewable Energy Outlook: Lebanon

Energy and electricity demand have weighed heavily on Lebanon’s economy. Imported fuel oil accounts for nearly a quarter of the national budget deficit, while electricity demand outpaces power generation capacity. Renewable energy technologies, in contrast, offer the prospect of clean, fully domestically sourced power and heat systems. Renewables and energy efficiency have also strengthened recovery plans in the wake of COVID-19.

Clean Energy Innovation

A rapid shift to net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases is needed if we are to meet the energy-related Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, including by mitigating climate change in line with the Paris Agreement. This requires the use of a wide range of clean energy technologies. Some of these are well established; others are still at an early stage of development, or exist only as prototypes. Further technologies may emerge in due course from current research work. These energy technologies also offer the prospect of other benefits, including cleaner air and greater energy security as a result of, for example, improved electricity systems flexibility.

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