The IEA’s Electricity 2024 Report presents an insightful analysis and forecast of the global electricity sector up to 2026, emphasizing the increasing significance of electricity in modern life, especially with technologies like electric vehicles and heat pumps. It underscores a pivotal shift towards clean energy, with low-emission technologies like solar, wind, hydro, and nuclear power set to meet all additional global electricity demand in the near future. This shift is marked by a projected decrease in fossil fuels’ role in power generation, dropping below 60% for the first time in IEA records, and an increase in renewables and nuclear power. The report, highlighting trends in global electricity demand, particularly notes the significant contributions from non-advanced economies like China, India, and Southeast Asia. Additionally, it discusses the challenges of ensuring secure and affordable electricity access while reducing CO2 emissions, outlining a path forward focused on renewable energy, especially solar, and the revival of nuclear power.