Coal companies are set to grow 10% this year as countries worry about energy security
A global energy company is on track to jump more than 8% in 2022 to $2.4 trillion, with an exceptional increase for coal supply chains
however, more money will undoubtedly be needed to meet environment-related targets, according to the International Energy Agency.
Distributed on Wednesday, the latest adaptation of the IEA's Global Energy Investment Report indicates that the clean energy sector is expected to surpass $1.4 trillion
this year and record for "barely about 3/4 of the development of energy speculation in general".
When the organization invited her, she pointed out the gigantic amount of work ahead of us.
“The typical annual growth rate of interest in clean energy in the five years following the signing of the Paris Agreement in 2015 was just over 2%,” he said.
By 2020, this rate had risen to 12%. The IEA described this as "well below what is expected to hit the whole world
environmental objectives, but still a significant positive development. »
The head of the AIE, Fatih Birol,
presented the difficulties and the incredible open doors that the planet is facing, given the current circumstances.