In a report published on Tuesday, the IEA explains that last year the advance in efficiency, measured in improvements in energy intensity was 2.2%, and that largely due to a very particular geopolitical context.
One of the main objectives of the European Union’s 2030 international framework is to achieve at least 55% less greenhouse gas emissions compared to 1990. In addition, to make the objective against climate change requires in this decade to double the energy efficiency effort achieved in 2022, because it was double the average of the previous five years, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Faced with this situation, the Agency warns that in order to comply, efforts must be doubled.
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