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IEEFA Update: Full Retirement of Plant Hammond Remains the Best Outcome for Georgia Ratepayers

IEEFA Update: Full Retirement of Plant Hammond Remains the Best Outcome for Georgia Ratepayers

As Staffing Is Cut by Half, Cost of Operations Remain Uncompetitive

“Economic and market conditions” are the reasons cited by Georgia Power authority this week in announcing it will cut about half the 140-employee staff at the coal-fired Plant Hammond in the Northwest part of the state. Georgia Power, however, is still struggling to accept that the plant ought to be completely shut down, and for […]

IEEFA Media Monitor: The Weight of Fact Versus Fiction

As New Energy-Policy Propaganda Spews Forth From Washington, the Truth Finds an Audience Too

While a new regime of Washington policymakers is working hard to—what’s the word, bamboozle/reeducate/distract?—Americans on the energy transition gaining momentum nationally, an informed backlash is taking root. The New Republic has some fun with what’s happening in a piece published yesterday by Emily Atkin that talks about how Scott Pruitt, the new EPA director, chose “for […]

April 14, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Update: The Emperor Isn’t Wearing Very Much

IEEFA Update: The Emperor Isn’t Wearing Very Much

A Report to Heed: ‘Why Investors Should Treat Oil Company Energy Forecasts With Caution’ (and Perhaps ExxonMobil’s With the Most Caution)

The energy sector is going through a time of unprecedented change, and investors should take heed. We publish often on the sweep and pace of this shift in our ongoing analysis of the U.S. coal industry; our research on oil majors like Exxon; our work on public policy from Puerto Rico to Norway; our commentary […]

April 11, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Update: The Texas Electricity Transition Gains Pace

IEEFA Update: The Texas Electricity Transition Gains Pace

More Coal Plant Closings on the Horizon; Wind and Solar on the Rise

Texas continues its remarkable transition away from coal-fired electricity generation. And the trend is gaining momentum because market forces are in the driver’s seat, which is to say coal plants for the most part are no longer competitive with other sources of energy. A report we published last fall—“The Beginning of the End: Fundamental Changes […]

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