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IEEFA U.S.: More red flags on fracking-focused companies

As earnings season begins, a worrisome trend persists

The U.S. fracking sector continued to spill alarming volumes of red ink in the first half of 2018. We detail the trend in a research brief published jointly today by IEEFA and Sightline Institute that describes how fracking companies continue to struggle.  Even after two and a half years of rising oil prices and growing expectations […]



IEEFA Europe: A blacklist of 120 coal plant developers for investors seeking to lower climate risk

Financial peril across an industry’s entire supply chain is intensifying

Even as risks mount for coal worldwide, nearly 1,400 new coal plants or units are planned or under development in 59 countries. If built, these plants would increase coal power capacity by 33%, adding more than 670,000 megawatts to the global coal plant fleet. Who exactly is developing these new coal plants?  German environmental NGO […]

October 12, 2018 Read More →
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IEEFA Canada: Ill-advised oil sands project faces rough future

Math doesn’t add up on Teck’s Frontier initiative

Teck’s $20.6 billion Frontier Oil Sands Mine Project, now before the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency Joint Review Panel, faces an extraordinary and alarming combination of risks.  The project will face financial distress for its entire 41-year life cycle, according to the report by our organization, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA.org),  neither […]

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IEEFA India: More advances in solar transition

Evidence of the effects of progressive governance policies

India is moving rapidly ahead with its clean energy transition, setting an aggressive target of having 175 gigawatts of installed renewable energy in the country by 2022. Of this, the government anticipates 100GW will be solar given the resource’s huge potential in India. As of 31 July of this year, India has 23GW of installed […]

October 10, 2018 Read More →
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