Choices shaping our energy futures
Investment made today in energy infrastructure will leave its mark for decades to come, so the energy sector presents exceptional opportunities, but also challenges for investors and governments who must deliver capital at the right time and in the right place, while also considering long time horizons.
Global energy investment, 2017-2022Open
Energy investment is set to pick up by 8% in 2022 but almost half of the increase is linked to higher costs
Almost half of the additional USD 200 billion in capital investment in 2022 is likely to be eaten up by higher costs, rather than bringing additional energy supply capacity or savings. Costs are rising due to multiple supply chain pressures, tight markets for specialised labour and services, and the effect of higher energy prices on essential construction materials like steel and cement.
Government Energy Spending Tracker
June 2023 update
World Energy Investment 2023
Outlooks for gas markets and investment
ASEAN Renewables Investment: Opportunities and Challenges
A Joint Report by the International Energy Agency and the Centre for Climate Finance & Investment
Cost of Capital Observatory
Tracking the cost of capital for clean energy projects in emerging and developing economies
Energy Technology Perspectives 2023
The Future of Heat Pumps
Northwest European Hydrogen Monitor