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IEEFA: Despite higher coal prices, U.S. coal recovery looks weak by most measures

U.S. coal sector is locked into a long-term sectoral decline

Coal prices have surged to the highest level in years in the U.S., and have soared in international markets. These high prices should significantly boost revenues and profits at coal mining companies—a remarkable turnaround from just a year ago, when the world’s pandemic-induced economic swoon sent export prices and demand tumbling. Yet by most measures—including […]

October 15, 2021 Read More →
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IEEFA U.S.: Pension funds investing indirectly in Ohio’s Gavin coal plant are at risk as financial, environmental disadvantages mount

Declining demand for coal plants, credit agency downgrades and investor scrutiny create challenges for Lightstone investment prospects

October 14, 2021 (IEEFA) — The major pension and retirement funds that own a piece of the General J.M. Gavin (Gavin) coal plant in Ohio face increasing challenges from their investment. Most investors do not know that they own a share of the plant and some are just beginning to realize it, according to an […]

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IEEFA India: Green lending criteria could improve the performance of power distribution companies

A hybrid (green + credit) rating for distribution companies would boost progress on decarbonisation goals

14 October (IEEFA India): To encourage change in high-carbon sectors, India’s power authorities could introduce a green rating when assessing financial support and bail-outs for power distribution companies (discoms), says a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). With lndia moving towards decarbonisation of its power sector, says report author […]

IEEFA Letter to Biden Administration: Invest FEMA funds in resilient Puerto Rico electric grid

IEEFA urges using FEMA funds to align with Puerto Rico's and Biden Administration's energy policies

To Whom It May Concern: I am writing to express my concern with the pending use of billions of dollars of FEMA funds for Puerto Rico’s electrical system. Puerto Rico’s plan is bad economic and fiscal policy and makes a mockery of the Biden administration’s climate policy goals of decarbonizing the nation’s electricity sector by […]

October 14, 2021 Read More →
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