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IEEFA Update: Is India ready to compete with China in solar module production?

With the right government support measures, India could hold its own against China in solar module production

India was one of the largest exporters of best-in-class modules until 2011. In order to boost domestic manufacturing, the Indian government initiated various policy measures like the National Solar Mission in 2010 and the Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme (MSIPS) in 2012. To lend further assistance to the stressed sector, the government introduced certain measures […]

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IEEFA U.S.: Biden administration has historic opportunity to rebuild Puerto Rico electricity grid

Campaign promises of ‘low-cost, reliable and clean electricity’ must be kept

January 27, 2021 (IEEFA) — The devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017 highlighted Puerto Rico’s “antiquated, expensive and fossil fuel-dependent” electricity grid, providing the Biden administration with an historic opportunity to transform a vital part of the island’s economy. The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) recommends in a new policy brief […]


IEEFA U.S.: Duke IRPs focus on new gas-fired generation, creating serious stranded-asset risks

Combined-cycle plants would be forced to retire well before end of operating life to meet 2050 net-zero goal

January 26, 2021 (IEEFA) — A pair of integrated resource plans (IRPs) for Duke Energy’s two North Carolina utilities rely heavily on the construction of gas-fired power plants that would have to be retired long before the end of their life span, according to a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial […]


News alert: IEEFA calls on FEMA to reject funding new natural gas plants in Puerto Rico

PREPA’s 10-year infrastructure plan contradicts orders of Puerto Rico’s energy regulator

January 26, 2021 (IEEFA) – On Monday, the Puerto Rico Energy Bureau issued an order firmly rebuking the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) for attempting to move forward with new projects – including a 400 megawatt (MW) natural gas plant and 330 MW of smaller natural gas peaking units. In August 2020, the Bureau had […]

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