IEEFA in the Media
57% of power generated will be via renewable sources by 2027: Central Electricity Authority
India had only committed to reach the 50% target by 2030, but the CEA’s projections indicate that green sources could account for 57.4% of installed power capacity by 2026-27, and 68.4% by 2031-32 While India may have internationally committed to half its ...
Gas tariff may go up
Gas tariff may go up The tariff of natural gas is likely to go up in the coming days as the government has proposed imposing a 100 percent supplementary duty (SD) on its import in the next national budget placed in Parliament on Thursday.
No fresh incentive for clean energy in proposed budget
No fresh and specific incentive for clean energy has been announced in the proposed budget FY2023-24 despite the plan to generate 40 per cent of the total electricity production from clean energy by 2041.
The Financial Express
Planned sale of coal operator risks delaying Germany's plan to exit coal by 2030 – analysts
Plans to sell the western German coal plant operator STEAG could present a significant hurdle to government plans to pull the country’s coal exit forward to 2030, unless the company puts in place a binding decommissioning plan as part of the sales process, ...
Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority's Debt Restructuring Plan Poses Unsustainable Burden: IEEFA
An expert testifies that the Financial Oversight and Management Board's plan to restructure Puerto Rico's Electric Power Authority's debt is unsustainable and divorced from the reality of the island's electrical system.
APAC Oil and Gas Firms to Face Tougher Fundraising for New Projects: IEEFA
The IEEFA said more financial institutions are committing less funding for fossil fuel Oil and gas firms in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region may have a harder time getting financing for new production projects, according to a recent study by the Institute fo...
Climate changing for financing fossil fuel expansion
Australia's gas giants Santos and Woodside Energy may find it harder to finance expansion plans as more lenders and investors opt for cleaner industries.
Daily Mail Online
Indonesia set to become EV battery battleground | The Straits Times
JAKARTA - Indonesia is set to become a battleground for the batteries used in electric vehicles as a major Chinese company and its local partner gear up to build Indonesia’s first electric bus and lorry assembly facility.The competition is between the...
The Straits Times
Indonesia set to become EV battery battleground
Relying on its rich natural resources relevant to the development of EVs, Indonesia has been promoting investment in the EV sector.
The Straits Times
Mountain Valley Pipeline debt deal undercuts governing values
Proposed debt-ceiling deal requires agencies to approve the pipeline and seeks to prevent the public from being able to contest decisions in court, says IEEFA The proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), a project to move fracked gas from West Virginia to ...
Manchin, Capito celebrate inclusion of MVP pipeline into debt ceiling bill
May 30—MORGANTOWN — Sens.
Energy Investors Cheer Pipeline Provision in Budget Bill
Equitrans Midstream’s stock shot up 34% on May 30 as investors responded enthusiastically to a federal budget deal favoring the company’s Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) project.
India’s Solar O&M Market: A tale of increased domination of new evolving technologies
If you track the Indian solar sector or are a regular SaurEnergy reader, you might remember the increasing frequency of news reports on the topic of robotic cleaning of solar panels.
Budget should focus on renewable energy as a better alternative: IEEFA analyst
Solar power could be a better alternative for the government to offer people a respite from skyrocketing energy prices due to the surging dollar, says Shafiqul Alam, an energy expert from the US-based Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (...
Pvt producers stress subsidy disbursements to clear backlog of power bills
Pvt producers stress subsidy disbursements to clear backlog of power bills TBS Report 29 May, 2023, 10:30 pm Last modified: 29 May, 2023, 10:54 pm Independent power producers have sought directives in the upcoming national budget regarding subsidy disburse...
Countries within pathway of potential oil spill from Guyana have US$140B of economic activity at risk - Kaieteur News
Countries within pathway of potential oil spill from Guyana have US$140B of economic activity at risk May 28, 2023 News – A government that is prepared to bend the rules in favour of one company is weak, unstable – Int’l Financial Analyst Kaieteur News – W...
Without proper parent company guarantee, Guyana risks economic wipeout - Financial Analyst - Kaieteur News
Without proper parent company guarantee, Guyana risks economic wipeout – Financial Analyst May 27, 2023 News Kaieteur News – International Financial Analyst, Tom Sanzillo believes a recent court judgment ordering ExxonMobil Corporation to provide Guyana wi...
Shift to clean energy accelerating, but coal investments too high to meet climate goals
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) - Energy security concerns - worsened by the war in Ukraine - and policy support from rich countries are likely to help investments in clean energy outpace spending on fossil fuels, the International Energy Agency said in a report i...
The Associated Press
As LNG investment booms, a tanker glut is on the horizon: Report | The Straits Times
SINGAPORE - The world could be facing a glut of giant liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker ships set to be built this decade even as nations shift away from fossil fuels to reach global temperature goals, a report published on Thursday said.That could mean...
The Straits Times
As LNG investment booms, a tanker glut is on the horizon: Report
There were around 700 ships in the global LNG fleet as of the end of 2021.
The Straits Times