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IEEFA U.S.: FERC to reconsider decades-old policy on assessing need for new interstate gas pipelines

Commission asks for public comment on new pipeline construction decisions

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has announced it will review an outdated policy statement that has guided its decision-making on the necessity for construction of new interstate natural gas pipelines. IEEFA recommended such a review in a report two months ago. The announcement marks an important opportunity for FERC to chart a new, practical […]

February 22, 2021 Read More →

IEEFA Australia: ANZ divesting from the world’s largest coal export port is ‘pragmatism’

The biggest buyers of Australian thermal coal have committed to net-zero emissions

Listen to the podcast here. ANZ, Australia’s third largest bank, has decided to stop lending to the Port of Newcastle, the world’s largest thermal coal export terminal, under its new climate change policy to cut funding to the coal sector, including the associated infrastructure and service providers. To look at the background to the bank’s […]

February 18, 2021 Read More →
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IEEFA: India’s new net metering limit risks stalling progress on rooftop solar target

A net feed-in mechanism could offer a solution for the Indian rooftop solar industry, consumers and distribution companies

19 February 2021 (IEEFA India): A new regulation that excludes rooftop solar systems over 10 kilowatts (kW) from net metering will stall adoption of larger installations in India, undermining progress towards the government’s rooftop solar target of 40 gigawatts (GW) by 2022. This is according to a new briefing note from IEEFA and JMK Research & Analytics […]


IEEFA: Duke Energy’s North Carolina gas IRPs fail to consider battery storage as viable option

Utility claims natural gas is cheaper than battery storage

February 18, 2021 (IEEFA) — Duke Energy’s plans for its two utilities in the Carolinas rely on outdated cost estimates to avoid expanding battery storage capacity, according to a new study by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). In their latest integrated resource plans (IRPs), Duke Energy Progress and Duke Energy Carolinas […]

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