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  • Briefing note: The Narrabri Coal Seam Gas Project Briefing note: The Narrabri Coal Seam Gas Project
  • Report – No Need for New U.S. Coal Ports: Data Shows Oversupply in Capacity Report – No Need for New U.S. Coal Ports: Data Shows Oversupply in Capacity
  • Report: 20 Fourth-Quarter Questions for Powder River Basin Coal Producers Report: 20 Fourth-Quarter Questions for Powder River Basin Coal Producers
  • Report: ‘A Constellation of Risks’: How Public Accountability Is Slowing Tar Sands Development Report: ‘A Constellation of Risks’: How Public Accountability Is Slowing Tar Sands Development
  • Memo: Analysis of Paducah Power System’s Recent and Future Cost of Power from the Prairie State Energy Campus Memo: Analysis of Paducah Power System’s Recent and Future Cost of Power from the Prairie State Energy Campus
  • Briefing note: The Outlook for Financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin Coal Proposals Briefing note: The Outlook for Financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin Coal Proposals
  • Report: How the High Cost of Power from Prairie State is Affecting Bowling Green Municipal Utilities’ Customers (Update) Report: How the High Cost of Power from Prairie State is Affecting Bowling Green Municipal Utilities’ Customers (Update)
  • Report: FirstEnergy Seeks a Subsidized Turnaround Report: FirstEnergy Seeks a Subsidized Turnaround
  • Report:  No evidence of a turnaround at Prairie State Report: No evidence of a turnaround at Prairie State
  • Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition & risk, July 2014 Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition & risk, July 2014
  • Report: How the high cost of power from Prairie State is affecting Bowling Green municipal utilities’ customers Report: How the high cost of power from Prairie State is affecting Bowling Green municipal utilities’ customers
  • Memo- Duke Energy and Costs of Coal Ash Cleanup Memo- Duke Energy and Costs of Coal Ash Cleanup
  • Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition & risk Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition & risk
  • Briefing note: Thermal coal outlook Briefing note: Thermal coal outlook
  • Report – NYC and NYS pension funds should divest coal stocks: A shrinking industry, weak upside, and wrong on climate change Report – NYC and NYS pension funds should divest coal stocks: A shrinking industry, weak upside, and wrong on climate change
  • Briefing note: India power prices Briefing note: India power prices
  • IEEFA briefing note: WICET IEEFA briefing note: WICET
  • Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition, and risk Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition, and risk
  • Report- Overpriced power: Why Batavia is paying so much for electricity Report- Overpriced power: Why Batavia is paying so much for electricity
  • Report- Huntley Generating Station: Coal Plant’s Weak Financial Outlook Calls For Corporate And Community Leadership Report- Huntley Generating Station: Coal Plant’s Weak Financial Outlook Calls For Corporate And Community Leadership
  • Report- When, Not If: Bridgeport’s Future and the Closing of PSEG’s Coal Plant Report- When, Not If: Bridgeport’s Future and the Closing of PSEG’s Coal Plant
  • Report- Remote Prospects: A financial analysis of Adani’s coal gamble in Australia’s Galilee Basin Report- Remote Prospects: A financial analysis of Adani’s coal gamble in Australia’s Galilee Basin
  • Report- Energy Future Holdings and Mining Reclamation Bonds in Texas Report- Energy Future Holdings and Mining Reclamation Bonds in Texas
  • Report- Coal India: Running on empty? Report- Coal India: Running on empty?
  • Report- Changing course: A clean energy investment plan for Dominion Virginia Power Report- Changing course: A clean energy investment plan for Dominion Virginia Power
  • Memo – Why should the Ohio Attorney General be asked to investigate the Prairie State deal?  August 21, 2013 Memo – Why should the Ohio Attorney General be asked to investigate the Prairie State deal? August 21, 2013
  • Report: Mountain State Maneuver: AEP and FirstEnergy try to stick ratepayers with risky coal plants Report: Mountain State Maneuver: AEP and FirstEnergy try to stick ratepayers with risky coal plants
  • Memo- Response to the Department of Interior, Office of Inspector General Audit on Federal Coal Leasing Program Memo- Response to the Department of Interior, Office of Inspector General Audit on Federal Coal Leasing Program
  • Report- Stranded: Alpha Coal Project in Australia’s Galilee Basin Report- Stranded: Alpha Coal Project in Australia’s Galilee Basin
  • Report- Dark Days Ahead: Financial Factors Cloud Future Profitability at Dominion’s Brayton Point Report- Dark Days Ahead: Financial Factors Cloud Future Profitability at Dominion’s Brayton Point
  • Report- Weak PSC oversight benefits Alabama Power at customers’ expense Report- Weak PSC oversight benefits Alabama Power at customers’ expense
  • Report- Why a Forward Capacity Market Won’t Solve Texas’ Resource Adequacy Problem: The Case of Energy Future Holdings Report- Why a Forward Capacity Market Won’t Solve Texas’ Resource Adequacy Problem: The Case of Energy Future Holdings
  • Report- A Texas Electric Capacity Market: The Wrong Tool for a Real Problem Report- A Texas Electric Capacity Market: The Wrong Tool for a Real Problem
  • Report- The Kemper IGCC Project: Cost and Schedule Risks Report- The Kemper IGCC Project: Cost and Schedule Risks
  • Report- The Prairie State Coal Plant: The Reality vs. the Promise Report- The Prairie State Coal Plant: The Reality vs. the Promise
  • IEEFA Report: Almost $30 Billion in Revenues Lost to Taxpayers by ‘Great Giveaway’ of Federally Owned Coal in Powder River Basin IEEFA Report: Almost $30 Billion in Revenues Lost to Taxpayers by ‘Great Giveaway’ of Federally Owned Coal in Powder River Basin
  • Report: Powder River Basin faces increasing risk from coal decline
  • Divest state pension fund to ease climate change
  • IEEFA report: Indonesia continues to institute barriers for scaling up solar energy
  • Canadian pension fund, Williams form pipeline entity targeting Marcellus and Utica basins
  • African Development Bank to boost renewable energy funding
  • GE begins testing of innovative two-piece onshore wind turbine blade
  • Grid-scale battery storage begins to take hold in India
  • Experts: State efforts to bolster coal industry can’t stop the market
  • Norwegian developer plans Europe’s largest subsidy-free onshore wind farm
  • Out of bankruptcy, Westmoreland Coal becomes Westmoreland Mining
  • German researchers study reusing country’s coal facilities as thermal storage units
  • Japanese investors moving away from coal in ‘monumental’ shift
  • Natural gas generation tops coal in PJM market for first time
  • New Mexico legislature passes carbon-free electricity mandate
  • Philippine utilities boost gas and renewables’ share in energy mix
  • Reforming Energy Markets
  • Pourquoi le monde est toujours accor au charbon
  • In Wyoming, a contest to capture carbon and save coal
  • Banks around the world opt to offload coal
  • Global capital flees thermal coal sector – think tank
  • Global financiers fleeing the coal sector, finds report
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico – PREPA privatization plan overlooks unionized workers as best asset
  • Plastics: The New Coal in Appalachia?
  • Northern Gas Pipeline’s exemption from National Gas Rules in question
  • RWE wants at least 12 times more compensation for lignite plants than they are worth – report
  • Coal going from winner to loser in India’s energy future
  • The stakes are higher in China’s energy transition
  • Consumers should not pay the price for risky coal deals
  • Offshore wind, Japan’s answer to a growing energy gap
  • Japanese corporation announces coal exit
  • Electric power distribution automation systems (DAS) market by take-off industry trends
  • Australian Court Rejects New Coal Mine
  • Tender announced for 450 MW of projects to be located in solar parks in Maharashtra
  • Renewable energy would bring manifold benefits to national economy
  • Need for Atlantic Pipeline falls
  • Fossils’ poor stock performance makes case for divestment
  • Latest ExxonMobil Climate Report Continues to Minimize the Risks
  • Australia could be 100% renewables by 2032 at current rate of wind and solar installs
  • Peabody says it will close Kayenta mine in Arizona by October
  • Kyushu Electric Power: Japan scraps another coal-fired power plant
  • News highlights from India’s solar industry 2019
  • IEEFA update: Even as forecasts signal decline in global thermal coal markets, Australia courts new mines
  • Coal Comeback? Coal at new low after two years under Trump
  • IEEFA says privatizing P.R. Electric Power Authority is not the answer
  • A Kentucky city transitions from coal, minus the doom and gloom
  • Colorado power companies bet big on net-zero emissions as state debates 100% renewable energy future
  • China spends $36bn on coal-fired power despite emissions goals
  • China firms funding coal plants offshore as domestic curbs bite – study
  • New York governor hops on Green New Deal bandwagon
  • Samsula solar farm a sign of power to come
  • Coal’s Belt and Road links are crumbling
  • IEEFA Argentina: Los contratiempos en el plan de utilizar las reservas de petróleo y gas de Vaca Muerta para impulsar la economía
  • ‘Sea change’ in the US market an agenda item at OWJ conference
  • US Coal Retirements In 2018 Could Be As High As 15.4 Gigawatts
  • All the good news about renewable energy — from the US Department of Energy
  • Offshore wind ready to take off in U.S.
  • As plant retirements stack up, federal efforts to help coal industry grow more urgent
  • Driller capex cuts gather momentum as oil price slides
  • NGS Mine Closure May Mean More Jobs
  • Scott Pruitt: After the high life, a job hunt
  • Ex-top state controller official calls on DiNapoli to divest pension fund $$$s from fossil fuel companies
  • As PacifiCorp and other analyses point to more coal shutdowns, replacement questions rise
  • Europe looks to fill the leadership void left by the U.S.
  • Pakistan remains at frontline of climate risks: Advisor
  • Federal government issues RFP for ‘coal plants of the future’
  • Tacoma should disinvest from fossil fuels, and the reasons go beyond progressive politics
  • ‘Holy Grail’ of carbon capture continues to elude coal industry
  • New Research offers economic hope post NGS/mine closures
  • Storebrand går for null kull – eksperter ber Oljefondet herme
  • Republican senators quietly pushed privatization of Puerto Rico’s power utility
  • Philippines’ regulator opposes net metering expansion
  • Can’t quit coal
  • Little consensus on copper but long-term concerns are growing
  • The progress of a commercial carbon capture technology
  • Delhi pollution: Why does fixing the city’s air seem like an impossible task?
  • Your guide to talking about climate change this Thanksgiving
  • IEEFA report: Holy Grail of carbon capture continues to elude coal industry
  • Oil industry is facing a ‘capex conundrum’
  • Carbon-capture and storage projects aren’t feasible for the U.S. coal fleet
  • Panel of speakers talk coal, Colstrip at Northern Plains Resource Council annual meeting in Billings
  • New wind and solar generation costs fall below existing coal plants
  • Retirement of coal-fired power plants accelerating, group says
  • Ominous future for the oil and gas industry
  • Treasurer rejects $13-billion bid for Australia’s biggest gas pipeline provider
  • Could Duke Energy’s coal plants close earlier than projected? New report makes that case
  • Puerto Rico considers 100% renewable energy, but natural gas may come first
  • Wood Mackenzie says wind-fueled power storage on the horizon in U.S.
  • Navajo nation eyes utility-scale solar with growing interest
  • NTUA adds to its solar footprint on Navajo Nation
  • Australia’s New South Wales thermal coal exports face permanent decline: IEEFA
  • Report: US on track for record coal retirements in 2018, with more on the way
  • Coal report says Australian exports have peaked and are in ‘terminal long-term decline’
  • US on pace for record coal retirements in 2018, IEEFA finds
  • A blacklist of the world’s top 120 coal plant developers
  • Record decline in U.S. coal-fired capacity
  • RWE sees lignite-fired power plants profitable into 2020s despite LCP BREF
  • Global green energy patents up 43% in a year
  • Los siete cambios tecnológicos que impulsan la transición energética mundial
  • 7 ways to speed up Southeast Asia’s switch to renewable energy
  • Despite Trump and Rick Perry’s best efforts, another coal plant eats the dust in Texas
  • The $13 billion deal Australians should be concerned about
  • Updated Climate Action Plan shoots for 100% electricity from renewable sources by 2050
  • Strip-mining proposed on part of state forest in Perry County
  • Why two chefs in small-town Utah are battling President Trump
  • IEEFA: „czysty węgiel” to wysokie koszty i kłopoty eksploatacyjne
  • India’s muddled coal policy leaves producers and banks poorer
  • Raport IEEFA: Polski projekt „czystego węgla” narażony na wysokie koszty i kłopoty eksploatacyjne
  • Coal in the Philippines: Are banks risking US$21 billion on stranded assets?
  • 100% renewable energy: Cleveland sets a big goal as it sheds its fossil fuel past
  • China’s contributions to global climate finance well recognized
  • Las empresas que llevaron a Puerto Rico a su deuda tienen capacidad para compensar al País’
  • ‘Other industrial behemoths will follow’ as Japanese developer signals exit from coal
  • Trump tweet jeopardizes bipartisan Puerto Rico bill
  • Coal in the Philippines—Are banks risking US$21 billion on stranded assets?
  • Polish utility ‘should accelerate move into renewables’
  • China reinforces renewable energy commitment with significant European wind investments
  • Maharashtra utility issues EOI for 10MW of agrophotovoltaics
  • Pourquoi Engie ne devrait pas vendre ses centrales à charbon en Allemagne
  • Fermeture des centrales à charbon en Allemagne : la meilleure option pour le climat comme pour Engie
  • India’s muddled coal policy leaves producers and banks poorer
  • 호주 에너지경제연구소 “에너지전환, 국민연금·산은(한국전력 대주주)부터 변해야”
  • The Philippines needs a cost-effective net metering policy – report
  • EU Chance to Take Renewables Lead From China Slim, Political Will Vital – Assoc.
  • A plan that places coal above public health
  • Socially just energy transition for coal workers no pie in the sky, study finds
  • Are China’s energy investments in Africa green enough?
  • 뒤죽박죽 인도 석탄정책 때문에…발전소 34곳 파산직전·은행 부실 도미노=
  • Why and how Puerto Rico must prioritize distributed energy resources
  • Are energy companies investment fossils?
  • Trump’s coal-friendly pollution rules get mixed reviews in Montana, may not save Colstrip
  • Beijing Enjoys the Bluest Skies in a Decade
  • Letter to the editor: ‘I agree with Pope Francis’
  • Atlantic Coast Pipeline foes file their broadest legal challenge yet
  • Solar irrigation pumps can help India reach 38% of its green energy target
  • Menyoal Tarik Ulur Kebijakan Jatah Batubara Domestik
  • China dominates Europe’s wind market: IEEFA
  • U.S. skepticism grows over ‘pig in a poke’ Kinder Morgan purchase
  • Emerald Isle goes green
  • Electric bills skyrocket in Appalachia as region’s economy collapses
  • Op-ed: Energy matters: Fossil fuels, move aside!
  • What Canada’s major media are forgetting when they report on oil
  • Sundarbans are threatened by India’s export of coal powered energy to Bangladesh
  • مبادرات الطاقة الكهرومائية في الصين
  • China auf Weltniveau – Firmen aus Fernost immer öfter Hauptkonkurrent deutscher Unternehmen
  • Indiana watchdog seeks to limit charges for coal gasification plant
  • Korean coal-tax increase could hit the Korean-owned Bylong mine proposal
  • Puerto Rico power company’s fiscal plan resurfaces offshore gas port
  • Más voces critican el acuerdo con bonistas
  • Trump’s national security agenda to have big environmental impacts on both borders
  • Japanese multinational should focus on offshore wind, rather than coal, report says
  • Karnataka takes lead in renewable energy, says IEEFA
  • China assumes the mantle of green energy leadership
  • Time to divest from fossil fuels?
  • Adani says it still needs a loan for rail line if coalmine is to go ahead
  • Midwest communities seek help bracing for more coal closures
  • Gas Debacle – The truth behind SA’s power price surge. Why we pay the highest price in the world.
  • Speed bumps ahead as smart cars and clean energy fuel China’s rise
  • Waarom ik aandeelhouder van Shell ben geworden (en jij dat ook kan)
  • Congresistas piden a Walter Higgins un freno al gas natural
  • India tops list of scrapped coal projects in pipeline since 2010: Study
  • 风电和光伏会对电网带来怎样的影响?9项案例研究给出答案
  • Grupo de estudio teme Puerto Rico abra el camino al gas natural
  • Grupo de estudio teme Puerto Rico abra el camino al gas natural
  • Meet the mining tycoon who texts with Scott Pruitt
  • Letter to the editor: Change or die
  • The Trump administration is reshaping the country under the guise of national security. The energy sector is next.
  • Concerns in the manufacturing sector
  • Trans Mountain Pipeline sale to feds netted Kinder Morgan a 637% return: Report
  • Indian banks at odds with government’s renewable energy investment plans
  • Utilities week in review for June 11-15
  • How gas and oil companies are starting to look like the Yellow Pages (remember those?)
  • Hong Kong giant launches $13 billion bid to take over Australia’s largest gas network
  • IEEFA: OZE są dla PGE o wiele bezpieczniejszą opcją niż węgiel
  • Trump wants to bail out coal and nuclear power. Here’s why that will be hard.
  • Would you pay 1.795¢/kWh for solar power in 2043?
  • Rs 7,410-crore question: Jharkhand amended energy policy to buy power from Adani at higher price
  • India ups the ante on its renewable energy target
  • What Trump’s “unprecedented” power plant bailout would mean for the Ohio Valley
  • Uncompetitive coal-fired Navajo Generating Station could survive
  • IEEFA:中国是世界可再生能源领域的新领军者
  • What Trump’s ‘unprecedented’ power plant bailout could mean for the Ohio Valley
  • A courtside view of Scott Pruitt’s cozy ties with a billionaire coal baron
  • Financing a diverse solar ecosystem in India
  • Renewable energy can power Australia’s energy system reliably without coal and nuclear, analyst says
  • Un Parque Solar Jujeño Figura Entre Las Obras de Energías Renovables Más Grandes del Mundo
  • Obstacles to Power Grid Transformation
  • ATO Investigating Jemena Over Financing for NT-to-Queensland Gas Pipeline
  • The Netherlands Announces Ban on Coal, Plans Close of 2 Power Plants by 2024
  • The Unstoppable Tide of Solar Illustrated by the Rise of Floating Projects
  • Philippines Struggles to Embrace Renewable Energy
  • EIB to invest €300 million in carbon reduction efforts in China
  • China, India Lead Global Solar Power Expansion
  • China, India Lead Global Solar Power Expansion
  • Coal-Reliant Philippines Struggles to Power Up Clean Energy
  • NTPC Banks on Renewable Energy Generation to Minimize Stranded Asset Risk
  • ‘Carbon Bomb’: Clive Palmer Seeks Nod for Mine Twice the Size of Adani’s
  • Tarif Listrik Diperkirakan Naik Hingga 25 Persen pada 2020
  • LNG Giants in Australian Tax Crosshairs
  • Renewable and Fossil Fuel Organizations Oppose ‘Emergency’ Coal & Nuclear Bailout
  • Solar Leads India’s Electricity Generation Transition: IEEFA
  • Buyers Give Hope to Navajo
  • Germany’s Green Power Transition Holds Lessons for India
  • Top Republican Plans to Use Fossil Fuels to Make Puerto Rico ‘the Energy Hub of the Entire Caribbean’
  • Peabody Energy, Hopi Tribe, Union Sue to Keep Arizona Plant Open
  • Can Courts Save One of the West’s Largest Coal Plants?
  • Email Reveals Potential Buyer for Navajo Coal-Fired Plant
  • Potential Buyers of Navajo Power Plant Identified
  • Will LNG Microgrids Find a Ready Market in Puerto Rico?
  • Avenue Capital, Middle River Eye Purchase of Navajo Coal Plant
  • As United States Looks to Coal, China Invests in Renewable Energy
  • Adani Builds Coal-Fired Power Plant in India to Send Energy to Bangladesh
  • Financial Distress Faces Westmoreland Coal Company
  • Despite Opposition, Work on Controversial Rampal Power Project Continues
  • Puerto Rico Ensayó Pero no Implantó la red Eléctrica a Prueba de Huracanes
  • Bangladesh’s Policies Lack Ambition, Clarity on Solar Power
  • HSBC: Christian Aid Issues Statement on Coal Financing
  • Puerto Rico’s Lights Slowly Coming Back On, But Study Faults Privatization Plan
  • Puerto Rico Just Lost Power Yet Again in Total Blackout
  • Informe IEEFA: Privatizar la Compañía Eléctrica de Puerto Rico Impedirá la Modernización
  • Adani Struggling to Find Home for Carmichael Coal
  • Tamil Nadu Progresses on Electricity Sector Transformation
  • Destacan la ‘Revolución’ Energética de Uruguay
  • Lowest Ever Energy Bids and Leveling the Playing Field
  • Meralco’s push for approval of coal-plant PSAs scored
  • Energy Company Files for Bankruptcy After Begging Perry to Declare Power ‘Emergency’
  • The Other Country Crucial to Global Climate Change: Indonesia
  • No Plain Sailing for Australian LNG
  • Solar Shifting From Competitive Bids to Tenders
  • More: Meralco Using Higher Summer Demand to Push Power Deals
  • A Pipeline in the Sand
  • Bill to Weaken Puerto Rico’s Energy Commission Is Dangerous
  • What Will Jokowi’s Legacy Be on Climate Change?
  • Philippines Set to Develop 14 Petroleum Blocks
  • 비 와도 충전되는 태양 전지판 나온다
  • RP Energy Renegotiating EPC Contract With South Korea
  • Speed of India’s Shift to Green Energy at Par With China, Europe: Report
  • Europe to Finance $800 Million for Indian Solar Industry
  • TN Expects Green Energy Corridor to Expedite Investment Worth Rs 110 Billion
  • The Ấn Độ phát triển năng lượng tái tạo
  • 5 Ways to Save Boracay
  • CDP London: Amerika Latin Pimpin Energi Terbarukan Dunia
  • Utah Coal Company Seeks Relief From Federal Payments
  • Stop Reasoning With the Oil Majors and Sell Their Shares
  • Keeping Puerto Rico on a Short Leash Until It Proves Accountability
  • Tamil Nadu Among World’s Top 10 Markets With High Renewable Energy
  • U.K.’s Capacity Market: Billions of Pounds Wasted
  • Galilee Basin Coal Project Sours
  • Port Waratah Coal Services Is ‘Very Surprised and Concerned’ About Future Plans for Newcastle
  • China’s Annual Coal Consumption Rises for First Time in 3 Years
  • UK’s Capacity Market: Billions of Pounds Wasted
  • Power Giant AEP Talks Up Clean Energy, but Coal Is Still King in Its Portfolio
  • Tamil Nadu Among Nine Global Market Leaders in Renewables
  • Renewables Is About Jobs and Growth
  • Pesquisa Mostra os 9 Grandes Mercados de Energia Eólica e Solar do Mundo
  • U.K. Market Supports Have Outlived Their Use: IEEFA
  • Westmoreland Coal Teetering on the Brink
  • IEEFA Report: High Integration of Renewables Won’t Compromise Energy Security
  • Too Few Microgrids for Puerto Rico?
  • How Tamil Nadu Became One of the World’s Leading Renewable Energy Markets
  • Estudio: Energías Eólica y Solar Co Causarán Problemas en la Red
  • A Brave New World of Grid-Integrated Renewables
  • Why Is Kosovo Going Ahead With a Lignite Coal Power Plant?
  • Letter: Divesting From Fossil Fuels Is Difficult, but Necessary
  • Southeast Asia’s Coming Solar Boom
  • Texas, California Among Regions Pushing the Boundaries of Renewables Integration
  • La Montée en Puissance des Énergies Renouvelables
  • ‘Coal Is Facing a Long-Term Problem’
  • Tamil Nadu Can Reach 13.8 GW Solar by 2027, Finds IEEFA
  • Study Suggests Tamil Nadu Move Away From Thermal Power
  • Puerto Rico Governor Seizes Opportunity Created by Hurricane Maria, Plans to Privatize Electric Power
  • Government Urged to Abandon the Construction of Coal-fired Power Plants in Java
  • FERC Denies Pleasants Power Station Transfer
  • Coal tax: The Right Signal for New Investments in the Philippines
  • Poland Could Build its First Nuclear Power Plant
  • Renewable Generation Costs Continue to Fall: IRENA
  • How Federal Giveaways to Big Coal Leave Ranchers and Taxpayers Out in the Cold
  • Four Major Environmental Debates of 2017
  • Power in Europe
  • Filipina Naikkan Bea Masuk Batu Bara 4 Kali Lipat
  • Burned by Coal: Coalfield Communities Facing Electricity Price Hikes
  • The Numbers Don’t Stack Up: W&J’s Rights on the Chopping Block for Adani’s ‘Non Viable’ Project
  • China Lideró en 2016 la Inversión Mundial en Renovables
  • Australia’s Biggest Mine Faces Fresh Hurdles
  • Keeping Coal Plants Open: The Spanish Government’s Costly Intervention in the Power Market
  • TC Kosova e Re: Investimi Më i Madh Në Vend, Apo Mashtrim Me Numra
  • Filipina Naikkan Bea Masuk Batu Bara 4 Kali Lipat
  • ACCC Sets Bar on Ground for Gas Industry to Jump Over
  • Exclusive Photos Contradict Murray Energy CEO’s Claim He Had ‘Nothing to Do with’ Rick Perry’s Coal Bailout
  • Countries Are Starting to Move Away From Fossil Fuels
  • Goliad County Power Plant Merger Could Impact Economy
  • Groups Provide a Solar Energy Stopgap for Puerto Ricans Living Without Power
  • GE to Cut 12,000 Jobs as Demand for Fossil Fuel Power Stations Falls
  • Coal Tax Hike as Milestone Toward Cheaper, Cleaner Electricity
  • Op-Ed: The Faith-Based Case for Renewables
  • Consumers Paying a High Price for Poor Energy Policy
  • EPA Hosts the Beginning of the End of the Clean Power Plan in Coal Country
  • Adani’s Aussie Coal Mine Could Fuel China’s BRI
  • Experts Resoundingly Urge Fossil Fuel Divestment at Public Advocates’ Public Hearing On Climate Change
  • IEEFA’S Energy Finance Training is March 12-14, 2018 IEEFA’S Energy Finance Training is March 12-14, 2018
  • India Within a Decade of Peak Thermal Coal Demand, Predicts IEEFA
  • Plunging Cost of Solar Means Peak Coal Looms in India
  • Kretinsky Pravne Napadne Evropskou Komisi
  • Adaptar la Planta de Alcúdia a la UE Cuesta 100 Millones de Euros
  • Tenaga Nasional Aims to Raise Annual Return on Assets
  • Market Reveal May Put Santos Takeover Out of Reach for Harbour
  • Staatsfonds streicht Öl- und Gasaktien
  • Opportunities for U.K. Pension Fund
  • Rising Global Coal Prices a Threat to Budget
  • Puerto Rico’s Blackout Offers a Chance to Build Something Better
  • Critics Call Grid Stability Plan Thinly-Veiled Subsidy
  • Fossil Fuel Investments Held by UK Councils Jump 15% to £16bn
  • Grid Stability Plan Attacked as Unneeded Subsidy For Coal, Nukes
  • Endesa Coal Upgrades ‘Risky’: IEEFA
  • Adani Seeks China Funding for $13bn Mine in Australia
  • Endesa May Never Recover €400 million Cost of Upgrading Spanish Coal Plant
  • China Contractors and Finance May Help Adani’s Mega Coal Mine
  • Why the NEG Could Be a ‘Terrible Outcome’ for Renewables in Australia
  • Trump Admin Desperate to Keep Coal Power Plant Alive With Taxpayer Dollars
  • Adani Posts Weird Video Ad on Facebook to Fend Off Carmichael Criticism
  • Job Cuts on the Way, but Don’t Be Fooled by ‘Gas Crisis’ Spin
  • Stressed European Power Utilities Bet on Solar Opportunities in India
  • Niederlande wollen Kohleausstieg bis 2030
  • Holanda Anuncia que Fechará Todas as Usinas a Carvão Até 2030
  • Renewable Energy Industry Races to Keep Pace With New Delhi’s Ambitious Targets
  • The Netherlands Will End Coal Power by 2030
  • Gas Wars Fire Up in Victoria as Consumers Feel the Heat
  • Coal Is Dying; EPA’s Clean Power Plan Can’t Save It
  • Villanueva to File Reso to Look into the ERC’s Policy in Ensuring Stranded Coal Assets
  • Accountability for Puerto Rico’s Energy Must be Baked Into FEMA Legislation