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IEEFA India: Removing the roadblocks to accelerate renewable energy deployment

Solar and wind projects can be scaled up quickly and financing is available

India is transforming its national electricity system by incorporating deflationary renewables. In doing so, it is improving energy security, reducing reliance on imported fossil fuels, addressing air pollution, and lowering emissions intensity. The timing of this transformation is spot on. India’s economy is set to double by 2030. Even with improved energy efficiency and lower […]

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IEEFA update: India on track to meet majority of Paris goals

Becoming a global climate leader by meeting one target a decade earlier

Dec 3, 2018: IEEFA finds that  India is on track to achieve the majority of its Paris agreement goals, with further estimates that India will achieve its 40% non-fossil fuel capacity target a decade early. India’s achievement follows Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 2015 announcement of ambitious policy commitments to meet the global Paris Agreement, with an emphasis […]

IEEFA Puerto Rico: Backroom natural gas deals threaten to displace public renewable energy plans

What’s real: legislative initiatives or private contracting?

Can Puerto Rico’s recent legislative progress on renewable energy withstand an onslaught of special interests supporting economically unsupportable, fiscally damaging and environmentally destructive natural gas proposals? A fragile consensus has emerged from the recent Puerto Rico legislative session and a parallel energy planning process being carried out by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA), […]

December 3, 2018 Read More →

IEEFA Puerto Rico: Massive liquefied natural gas project dead

Finally, some good news for electricity ratepayers in Puerto Rico

A massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Puerto Rico that would have diverted funds from badly needed development of solar power and would have kept electric power costs high has been officially cancelled. Last week, Excelerate Energy, the company that planned to develop a natural gas import terminal in Puerto Rico, requested that the […]

November 30, 2018 Read More →
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