IEEFA in the Media
Soon after Riley Moore took office last year as the state treasurer of West Virginia, he started to hear disturbing things from the fossil-fuel industry in his state.
New York Magazine
EU plan to boost renewable energy to get off Russian fossil fuels will help climate change fight, experts say
In an effort to end its importation of Russian fossil fuels by 2027, the European Commission will boost renewable energy production and efficiency, according to a Bloomberg News report, a move that experts say could benefit the fight to control climate cha...
Miguelina Ramos at home One small town in the mountains of Puerto Rico is charting a path to a greener, cheaper future - it could be a template for others.
MADRID (AP) - Spain and Portugal on Friday signed off on a temporary cap on natural gas prices, in a coordinated move described by Portugal’s environment minister as an “unprecedented” bid to temper soaring energy prices and inflation.
Associated Press News
President Joe Biden’s efforts to ramp up U.S.
Hardeep Singh Puri, Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister, stated that OMCs have attained 9.99 per cent ethanol blending in gasoline, well ahead of the year-end aim.
Finance Canada has helped Trans Mountain secure $10 billion in new financing to complete construction of the controversial pipeline by promising investors that if the Crown corporation can’t pay back the loans, the public will.
Nagpur: In a policy easing norms for easier and quicker availability of coal, the Union environment ministry has provided exemption of environmental clearance and public consultation for 50% expansion in coal mining projects.As per a May 7 notification by...
The Times of India
Finance Canada is defending its $10 billion loan guarantee for Trans Mountain to help the company finish its pipeline expansion after opposition parties and environmental groups called it a fossil fuel subsidy.
At the end of the first quarter of 2021, as the CEOs of the three biggest U.S.
Renewable energy delivered a record 83.8% of electricity demand in the Australian state of Victoria in the early afternoon of Easter Sunday, April 17, according to the NEMLog data collection site.Wind was the biggest contributor to the total, followed by r...
A MARTINEZ: Because of Russia's war in Ukraine, Europe wants to stop buying Russian natural gas.
Parkland’s B.C. refinery plans $600-million expansion of renewable fuel production - The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
Australia is seeing increased demand for its LNG and coal as war and sanctions upend energy supplies.
April was a milestone month for utility-scale wind and solar generation in the U.S.
Even with a temporary reprieve from a blistering heat wave that’s delivered temperatures as high as 46 degrees Celsius (115 degrees Fahrenheit), households and businesses face ongoing disruptions as coal stockpiles shrink at power plants and fuel imports...
The Economic Times
More than six weeks after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and an unprecedented scramble to reduce the West’s reliance on Russian oil, a narrative about America’s newfound position as a leading fossil fuel producer (and provider) has taken firmer hold of the c...
The war in Ukraine has made getting more fossil fuels to Europe a top priority of the Biden Administration, in order to wean European Union members off Russian energy.
Australia’s budget earmarked for climate-related measures is set to decline over the next four years, whilst spending on high-emitting energy projects will increase, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) reported.
Indonesia has broken ground on a $2.1 billion coal gasification plant, and plans to build 10 more.