Wed05272015

Last updateWed, 27 May 2015 2pm

Back You are here: Home News Industry Headlines End-User News How Emerging Economies Are Changing the Landscape of Global Energy Innovation

End-User News

How Emerging Economies Are Changing the Landscape of Global Energy Innovation

The landscape of global energy innovation and technology transfer is in flux: emerging economies have not only stepped up their energy innovation efforts, but also increasingly invest in each other’s energy sectors. The intensification of these investment flows has the potential to increase technology transfer, be it in the form of increased trade in components and equipment or through technology transfers between companies. Governments both facilitate and complement investments through sponsored co-operation programs, which develop frameworks to broaden investment flows in technology co-operation in the academic and institutional realm.

The new IEA Partner Country Series paper Energy Investments and Technology Transfer Across Emerging Economies: The Case of Brazil and China takes a close look at these trends. 

New Products

 

Valve Magazine Digital Edition

15 SPR CVRInside the Spring 2015 issue…

• Heavy Oil
• 3D Printing Gains Momentum
• Restoring Power After Sandy
• What is a Surplus Valve?

CLICK HERE TO REQUEST YOUR
DIGITAL EDITION PREVIEW EMAIL