NewEnergyNews: Seven Global New Energy Trends

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    Friday, November 17, 2017

    Seven Global New Energy Trends

    World Energy Outlook: Seven key trends shaping the low-carbon economy

    George Ogleby, 15 November 2017 (edie.net)

    “…[The first of seven key trends identified in the just-released World Energy Outlook 2017 is that] global energy demand will rise by 30% … the equivalent of adding the energy needs of another China and India…[W]ithout improvements in energy efficiency, the projected rise in final energy usage would more than double…[The second is that despite broadly remaining flat in the past three years, global CO2 emissions are expected to increase slightly by 2040…[Renewable energy is set to become a cheaper form of new power generation that gas by the mid-2020s and] meet two-fifths of the increase in primary demand…

    The growth of low-carbon energy sources and absence of large-scale carbon capture and storage will reportedly signify the ‘end of the boom years’ for coal, which is expected to decline by almost 15%...[T]he global car fleet will double to reach two billion…The global EV fleet is anticipated to surge from two million today to 280 million by 2040…Global oil demand is expected to continue to grow to around 105 million barrels a day by 2040, while natural gas use is projected to rise by 45% to 2040, with industrial demand becoming the largest area for growth…[And, finally, the] health impacts of global emissions will remain severe…Premature deaths from outdoor air pollution will rise globally from three million today to more than four million in 2040…” click here for more

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