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IEEFA Report: U.K. Pension Funds Can Benefit Now From Renewables Infrastructure Play

Growth and Proven Returns in a Rapidly-Expanding Sector

Nov.15, 2017 — A new report by HSBC Global Asset Management and the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) finds that U.K. pension funds can benefit now from investing in domestic and overseas renewable energy infrastructure. Commissioned by the City of London Corporation’s Green Finance Initiative, the report, “The Renewable Energy Infrastructure Investment […]

November 14, 2017 Read More →

IEEFA Update: The Puerto Rico Energy Commission and the Federal Fiscal Oversight and Management Board Should Take Over Puerto Rico’s Electric Company Now

Professional Supervision Urgently Needed for Rebuilding of Grid and Creating Investment Environment for Renewable Energy and Economic Recovery

Nov. 14, 2017 (IEEFA) — The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis  and the Institute for Competitiveness and Sustainable Economics for Puerto Rico today called for the Puerto Rico Energy Commission and the federal Fiscal Oversight and Management Board of Puerto Rico to take control of the Puerto Rico Power Authority (PREPA). “The ongoing governance […]

November 14, 2017 Read More →

IEEFA Puerto Rico: Input Is Being Sought Now on How to Strengthen Electricity System and Spur New Investment

Microgrids and Solar Energy Suggest a More Resilient Future; Cooperation Between Industry and Regulators Is Key

This is an important week in the recovery of Puerto Rico, where more than half the population of 3.5 million is still without electricity almost two months after Hurricane Maria. As part of its investigation into how the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) has responded to Hurricane Maria, the Puerto Rico Energy Commission has […]

November 13, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Update: If Trump Is Looking Out for Consumers, He’ll Reject Solar Tariffs

IEEFA Update: If Trump Is Looking Out for Consumers, He’ll Reject Solar Tariffs

Trade Protections for Companies like Suniva and SolarWorld Will Only Drive Up Prices and Hurt Job Growth

President Trump is about to confront a policy dilemma that will test his commitment to U.S. job growth. The dilemma in question is manifested in a trade tariff case brought by two troubled U.S. photovoltaic manufacturers, Suniva and SolarWorld, that have sought protections against Chinese-made solar-panel imports. The U.S. International Trade Commission has heard the […]

November 9, 2017 Read More →
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