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IEEFA Update: Renewables in Coal Country

Where Australian Mining Jobs Once Prevailed, a Wave of New-Energy Development Has Arrived

Defying the policy uncertainty that has held back utility-scale solar across most of the rest of Australia, renewables investment is gathering pace across Queensland, a region traditionally known as coal country. Collinsville, a North Queensland town with strong ties to coal, is already host to two solar projects: Edify Energy’s 70-megawatt Whitsunday Solar Farm and […]

September 5, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Update: 8 Things in the DOE Report That the U.S. Coal Industry Wishes Weren’t There

IEEFA Update: 8 Things in the DOE Report That the U.S. Coal Industry Wishes Weren’t There

Markets Have Changed, Technology Has Evolved, Competition Is Stiff, the Grid Evolves …

When the coal industry and its allies persuaded Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry to commission a study on whether a long wave of coal-fired power plant retirements hurt the reliability of America’s electricity grid, the answer they were hoping for that the U.S. needs more coal plants.   But the conclusion that came back […]

September 1, 2017 Read More →

IEEFA Update: The Solar Incursion

Arizona, Florida, Europe, Asia, South America, the World …

The sun shines almost all day every day in Arizona, where the National Oceanic and Atmospheric administration puts “yearly averages of percent of possible sunshine range” at 90 percent, give or take. This abundance is fueling a new Navajo Nation utility-scale solar installation that went online last week with the capacity to power 13,000 homes. […]

September 1, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Report: Renewable Energy Opportunity Now for Norway’s $976 Billion Pension Fund as Global Institutional Capital Migrates Out of Fossil Fuels

IEEFA Report: Renewable Energy Opportunity Now for Norway’s $976 Billion Pension Fund as Global Institutional Capital Migrates Out of Fossil Fuels

35% of Assets Reallocated Can Go Into High-Growth Sector; Risks Can Be Responsibly Managed; Possibilities Include Stocks, Index Funds and Infrastructure

Aug. 30, 2017  (IEEFA.org) – The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) today published a report urging Norway to allocate more of its Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG) assets to the fast-growing global renewable energy market. The report — “How Renewable Energy Holdings Can Contribute to the Growth of Norway’s Pension Fund in […]

August 30, 2017 Read More →
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