Here are the most important projections contained in the EIA's newest International Energy Outlook report.
Global energy consumption will grow by 56 percent by 2040, with fossil fuels remaining dominant sources.
Waiting for a new global agreement will mean an end to hopes of limiting warming to moderate levels, says the IEA.
Trillions at risk as stock markets inflate value of fossil fuels that may remain buried forever, report warns.
China is making faster progress than Germany & UK toward being competitive in a low-carbon world.
The UK now plans to pay subsidies for nuclear, claiming it is one of the low-carbon generators needing support.
Nuclear power stations are closing because they can't compete with cheap power from shale gas.
British nuclear industry’s plans face problems due to concerns over cost & the legacy of Fukushima.