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IEEFA Indonesia: The case for modernizing national energy policy

Research brief: The current state of electricity generation affairs is designed mainly to benefit the coal industry

In April 2018, President Joko Widodo unveiled a roadmap to drive Indonesia into the world’s top 10 largest economies by 2030. Making Indonesia 4.0 is a reference to the fourth industrial revolution sweeping the world via innovations in digital technology, artificial intelligence and 3-D printing, among other areas. Making Indonesia 4.0 aims to spur growth […]

September 7, 2018 Read More →

IEEFA Asia: South Korea is behind the curve on power-generation policy

KEPCO plays catchup in the fast-moving global energy shift

Sept. 6, 2018 (IEEFA) — South Korea is at an energy policy crossroads as the country’s state-owned power company and its two most important investors consider how to adapt to fast-moving changes in electricity generation, concludes a research brief published today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis. The brief— “Korea’s Clean Energy […]

September 6, 2018 Read More →

IEEFA Europe: Poland’s PGE would do well to accelerate plans to diversify away from coal

Rising risk in adhering to a traditional power generation business model

LONDON — Poland’s biggest utility, PGE, should accelerate its plans to diversify away from coal, as surging carbon prices underscore risks gathering around its present PLN 21 billion ($5.6 billion) coal power investment programme. To date, PGE has deferred such plans, avoiding, for example, moving into offshore wind until the mid- to late-2020s, and only after […]

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IEEFA report: Benefits to Engie from closing three German coal-fired power plants would outweigh any gains from selling them

Shutdown would be in line with corporate responsibility commitments, prevent rivals from gaining market share, and signal that utility giant “is part of the solution” to Germany's coal phase-out plans

Sept 4, 2018 (IEEFA) — The French multinational energy company Engie would be better off closing its three coal-fired plants in Germany than selling them, concludes a report published today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). The authors of the report see Engie best protecting its position in the German electricity […]

September 4, 2018 Read More →
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