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IEEFA Update: As U.S. Electricity-Generation Transition Continues, Signs of Tough Year Ahead for Coal-Power Sector

Low Natural Gas Prices and Increasingly Inexpensive Renewable Generation Technologies’

The New Year has barely broken but headlines around the electricity-generation transition that is occurring across the U.S. already suggest a year for the record books. Indications are that coal-fired generation, specifically, will suffer significant additional setbacks as competition from natural gas and renewables continues to take away market share. Publications specializing in energy-development and […]

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IEEFA Mexico: What Can Happen When an Emerging Market Opens Up to Wind and Solar

IEEFA Mexico: What Can Happen When an Emerging Market Opens Up to Wind and Solar

Two Big Auctions in 2016 Were Heavily Oversubscribed and Resulted in Record Low Prices

Twice in 2016 Mexico held two renewable power auctions that raised significant investor participation. The most recent, in September, saw 23 winning bids out of a pool of 57 to build renewable projects worth $4 billion for 2,871 megawatts of new capacity. More important, the average price at the auctions was US$33.47 per megawatt hour, […]

January 13, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Update: Renewable Energy, Gone Mainstream, Is a Rising Tide

IEEFA Update: Renewable Energy, Gone Mainstream, Is a Rising Tide

As Chinese Companies Lead the Charge, Others Will Join. Might the U.S. Miss the Boat?

If the U.S. turns away from the rise of renewable energy, it will be fighting a tide on which others will ride high. Leading the surge will be China, which already has a huge advantage in its current position at the front of the pack, as IEEFA chronicled last week in a report by Tim […]

January 10, 2017 Read More →

IEEFA Report: China Set to Dominate U.S. in Global Renewables Boom; $32 Billion in Overseas Investments in 2016 Alone

World’s 2nd-Biggest Economy Is Bankrolling Far More Projects, and in More Countries; Gap Will Widen If Trump Administration Delivers on Policy Intentions; ‘Clean Energy Isn’t a Sector to Turn Away From’

Jan 6, 2017 (IEEFA.org) – China will likely expand its dominance of the booming global renewable- and clean-energy industries as new American energy policies come into play, concludes a report published today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). “The change in leadership in the U.S. is likely to widen China’s global […]

January 6, 2017 Read More →
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