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IEA Makes More of Its Data & Statistics Freely Available through Upgraded Countries & Regions…

In another major step towards making more IEA data freely available and accessible, the IEA has upgraded the Countries and Regions section of its website by adding a comprehensive range of statistics and information at the global, regional and national levels. The revamped country pages are the latest example of the … [continued]

DALL·E generated image of an army of identical batteries swarm a shipping port.

The Rise of Batteries in 6 Charts & Not Too Many Numbers

The unstoppable rise of batteries is leading to a domino effect that puts half of global fossil fuel demand at risk. Battery demand is growing exponentially, driven by a domino effect of adoption that cascades from country to country and from sector to sector. This battery domino effect is set … [continued]

An international partnership between Norwegian and U.S. researchers could help modernize the world’s biggest source of renewable energy—hydropower—and answer the question: How can hydropower help fight climate change? Photo by Bryan Bechtold, NREL

Hydropower Is Global. Should Hydropower Research Be, Too?

Why U.S. and Norway Experts Are Partnering Up To Explore How This Renewable Could Help the World Transition to Clean Energy When Dany Tome first arrived at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL’s) campus in Golden, Colorado, he did not notice the golden grasses waving from the hillsides or the … [continued]

The Lava Fire near Christmas Valley and Ft. Fort Rock, Oregon was ignited by lightning. Photo by Bureau of Land Management.

Solar Power Growth Is Fast, But Electric Vehicle Growth Is Much Faster

The two biggest clean technology trends we cover here on CleanTechnica are the solar power revolution (solar PV adoption) and the electric vehicle revolution (EV adoption). I noticed an interesting graph in a new International Energy Agency (IEA) report, and there’s not much to say beyond what the graph says, … [continued]