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IEEFA Global: A $51 Billion Gap (and a $51 Billion Opportunity) in BRICS Nations’ Renewable Energy Development

How to Meet the Goal? Through "Blended Finance" Where Public Funds Unleash Private Money

Here, in one chart, is an IEEFA picture worth a thousand words. While some $130 billion was invested last year in renewable-energy development in the BRICS countries—Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa—billions more are required if these countries are to meet their commitments to climate-change mitigation policies. The four countries, in all, have announced […]

October 17, 2016 Read More →

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IEEFA Latin America: Indications, in the Activity of an Italian Company, of How Emerging Markets Are ‘Skipping a Generation’ and Going Straight to Renewables

IEEFA Latin America: Indications, in the Activity of an Italian Company, of How Emerging Markets Are ‘Skipping a Generation’ and Going Straight to Renewables

ENEL Is Betting That Developing Economies Will Go Big on Solar, Wind, and Hydro

In its updated plan for 2017-2019, the Italian utility ENEL SpA has expanded its earnings targets with an aggressive capital-expenditure program for 6.7 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity. And that’s just over the next three years, which probably makes ENEL the largest single investor globally at the moment in such capacity. Of crucial note here: […]

December 5, 2016 Read More →

On the Blogs: China Is Making a Strong Move Into Brazilian Renewables

Fabio Couto for dialogo.chino: Chinese investment has stimulated a wave of new renewable energy generation projects in Brazil. The growth of wind power and nascent solar power, much of which is through small-scale distributed generation, has attracted new players such as Huawei, BYD, Yingli, and Goldwind to the Southern Cone. In August, Huawei signed its […]

November 23, 2016 Read More →

The ‘Blended Finance’ Model for New Energy Investing in Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa

IEEFA has found that there is a gap in what is being spent and what is necessary, particularly in India, Brazil and Russia. China has a hefty US$21.5 billion shortfall, but has come a long way by hitting 80% of its target: Jai Sharda, IEEFA energy-markets consultant and managing partner of Equitorials, cited the introduction […]

October 19, 2016 Read More →

IEEFA Global: A $51 Billion Gap (and a $51 Billion Opportunity) in BRICS Nations’ Renewable Energy Development

How to Meet the Goal? Through "Blended Finance" Where Public Funds Unleash Private Money

Here, in one chart, is an IEEFA picture worth a thousand words. While some $130 billion was invested last year in renewable-energy development in the BRICS countries—Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa—billions more are required if these countries are to meet their commitments to climate-change mitigation policies. The four countries, in all, have announced […]

October 17, 2016 Read More →

$51 Billion Gap Between Capital and Opportunity in Annual Renewables Investment in BRICS

From the Business Standard (India): BRICS countries will require additional annual investment of USD 51 billion on average to meet their current renewable energy capacity addition targets, says a report. The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) today said that overall nearly USD 10 billion would need to come in annually from public […]

October 13, 2016 Read More →