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IEEFA report: Pakistan could build greater energy security by increasing use of cheaper renewables

IEEFA report: Pakistan could build greater energy security by increasing use of cheaper renewables

A model to 2030 for cost-effective, cleaner, more accessible energy in Pakistan

Dec 5, 2018, LAHORE (IEEFA): A new report asserts that, as renewable energy is now the cheapest form of electricity generation in Pakistan, the government could reduce its reliance on expensive power plants and fossil fuel imports in favour of cleaner, more accessible electricity for people and businesses. The report, “Pakistan’s Power Future: Renewable Energy […]

December 5, 2018 Read More →
IEEFA Report: Proposed Coal-Fired Project for Bangladesh Is a High-Priced Scheme Meant to Prop Up Adani Power

IEEFA Report: Proposed Coal-Fired Project for Bangladesh Is a High-Priced Scheme Meant to Prop Up Adani Power

Godda Plan, Contrary to Its Poverty-Alleviation Advertising, Would Cost Customers Dearly

April 10, 2018 (IEEFA.org): Adani’s proposed Godda Power project would prove financially unviable and a poor strategic fit for Bangladesh, concludes a report published today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). The IEEFA study—“Adani Godda Power Project: Too Expensive, Too Late, and Too Risky for Bangladesh”—finds also that the project is […]

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IEEFA report: Pakistan could build greater energy security by increasing use of cheaper renewables

IEEFA report: Pakistan could build greater energy security by increasing use of cheaper renewables

A model to 2030 for cost-effective, cleaner, more accessible energy in Pakistan

Dec 5, 2018, LAHORE (IEEFA): A new report asserts that, as renewable energy is now the cheapest form of electricity generation in Pakistan, the government could reduce its reliance on expensive power plants and fossil fuel imports in favour of cleaner, more accessible electricity for people and businesses. The report, “Pakistan’s Power Future: Renewable Energy […]

December 5, 2018 Read More →

Small-Scale Solar May Win Big in Electricity-Short Pakistan

Bloomberg: In a small tea shop along a dusty, unpaved road in the marketplace of Sujawal, a town about 93 miles east of Karachi in Pakistan, Imam Dino has hit upon a profitable idea. He attracts customers with a 24-inch television playing Bollywood movies through the day and by providing mobile phone charging sockets in […]

April 27, 2018 Read More →
IEEFA Report: Proposed Coal-Fired Project for Bangladesh Is a High-Priced Scheme Meant to Prop Up Adani Power

IEEFA Report: Proposed Coal-Fired Project for Bangladesh Is a High-Priced Scheme Meant to Prop Up Adani Power

Godda Plan, Contrary to Its Poverty-Alleviation Advertising, Would Cost Customers Dearly

April 10, 2018 (IEEFA.org): Adani’s proposed Godda Power project would prove financially unviable and a poor strategic fit for Bangladesh, concludes a report published today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). The IEEFA study—“Adani Godda Power Project: Too Expensive, Too Late, and Too Risky for Bangladesh”—finds also that the project is […]

Chinese Investment in Pakistan’s Budding Wind Industry Is Showing Returns

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Pakistan is beginning to reap the benefits of Chinese investment in renewable energy infrastructure, with the opening of the first wind power project constructed as part of the huge China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, aimed at overhauling the country’s transport and energy systems. The nearly 50 megawatt wind farm is located on over 680 […]

July 17, 2017 Read More →

Sri Lanka Cancels Coal Plant; Chinese Company Pulls out of Coal Plant in Pakistan

By Shihar Aneez for Reuters: Sri Lanka will cancel plans for a 500 megawatt Indian-built coal-fired power plant at its strategic eastern port city of Trincomalee and will instead opt for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) power plant, a cabinet minister said late on Tuesday. Chandima Weerakkody, Sri Lanka’s petroleum minister, said President Maithripala Sirisena […]

May 19, 2016 Read More →