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  • IEEFA update: South Korea takes further steps away from thermal coal
  • Briefing note: The Narrabri Coal Seam Gas Project Briefing note: The Narrabri Coal Seam Gas Project
  • Report – No Need for New U.S. Coal Ports: Data Shows Oversupply in Capacity Report – No Need for New U.S. Coal Ports: Data Shows Oversupply in Capacity
  • Report: 20 Fourth-Quarter Questions for Powder River Basin Coal Producers Report: 20 Fourth-Quarter Questions for Powder River Basin Coal Producers
  • Report: ‘A Constellation of Risks’: How Public Accountability Is Slowing Tar Sands Development Report: ‘A Constellation of Risks’: How Public Accountability Is Slowing Tar Sands Development
  • Memo: Analysis of Paducah Power System’s Recent and Future Cost of Power from the Prairie State Energy Campus Memo: Analysis of Paducah Power System’s Recent and Future Cost of Power from the Prairie State Energy Campus
  • Briefing note: The Outlook for Financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin Coal Proposals Briefing note: The Outlook for Financing for Australia’s Galilee Basin Coal Proposals
  • Report: How the High Cost of Power from Prairie State is Affecting Bowling Green Municipal Utilities’ Customers (Update) Report: How the High Cost of Power from Prairie State is Affecting Bowling Green Municipal Utilities’ Customers (Update)
  • Report: FirstEnergy Seeks a Subsidized Turnaround Report: FirstEnergy Seeks a Subsidized Turnaround
  • Report:  No evidence of a turnaround at Prairie State Report: No evidence of a turnaround at Prairie State
  • Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition & risk, July 2014 Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition & risk, July 2014
  • Report: How the high cost of power from Prairie State is affecting Bowling Green municipal utilities’ customers Report: How the high cost of power from Prairie State is affecting Bowling Green municipal utilities’ customers
  • Memo- Duke Energy and Costs of Coal Ash Cleanup Memo- Duke Energy and Costs of Coal Ash Cleanup
  • Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition & risk Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition & risk
  • Briefing note: Thermal coal outlook Briefing note: Thermal coal outlook
  • Report – NYC and NYS pension funds should divest coal stocks: A shrinking industry, weak upside, and wrong on climate change Report – NYC and NYS pension funds should divest coal stocks: A shrinking industry, weak upside, and wrong on climate change
  • Briefing note: India power prices Briefing note: India power prices
  • IEEFA briefing note: WICET IEEFA briefing note: WICET
  • Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition, and risk Briefing note: Fossil fuels, energy transition, and risk
  • Report- Overpriced power: Why Batavia is paying so much for electricity Report- Overpriced power: Why Batavia is paying so much for electricity
  • Report- Huntley Generating Station: Coal Plant’s Weak Financial Outlook Calls For Corporate And Community Leadership Report- Huntley Generating Station: Coal Plant’s Weak Financial Outlook Calls For Corporate And Community Leadership
  • Report- When, Not If: Bridgeport’s Future and the Closing of PSEG’s Coal Plant Report- When, Not If: Bridgeport’s Future and the Closing of PSEG’s Coal Plant
  • Report- Remote Prospects: A financial analysis of Adani’s coal gamble in Australia’s Galilee Basin Report- Remote Prospects: A financial analysis of Adani’s coal gamble in Australia’s Galilee Basin
  • Report- Energy Future Holdings and Mining Reclamation Bonds in Texas Report- Energy Future Holdings and Mining Reclamation Bonds in Texas
  • Report- Coal India: Running on empty? Report- Coal India: Running on empty?
  • Report- Changing course: A clean energy investment plan for Dominion Virginia Power Report- Changing course: A clean energy investment plan for Dominion Virginia Power
  • Memo – Why should the Ohio Attorney General be asked to investigate the Prairie State deal?  August 21, 2013 Memo – Why should the Ohio Attorney General be asked to investigate the Prairie State deal? August 21, 2013
  • Report: Mountain State Maneuver: AEP and FirstEnergy try to stick ratepayers with risky coal plants Report: Mountain State Maneuver: AEP and FirstEnergy try to stick ratepayers with risky coal plants
  • Memo- Response to the Department of Interior, Office of Inspector General Audit on Federal Coal Leasing Program Memo- Response to the Department of Interior, Office of Inspector General Audit on Federal Coal Leasing Program
  • Report- Stranded: Alpha Coal Project in Australia’s Galilee Basin Report- Stranded: Alpha Coal Project in Australia’s Galilee Basin
  • Report- Dark Days Ahead: Financial Factors Cloud Future Profitability at Dominion’s Brayton Point Report- Dark Days Ahead: Financial Factors Cloud Future Profitability at Dominion’s Brayton Point
  • Report- Weak PSC oversight benefits Alabama Power at customers’ expense Report- Weak PSC oversight benefits Alabama Power at customers’ expense
  • Report- Why a Forward Capacity Market Won’t Solve Texas’ Resource Adequacy Problem: The Case of Energy Future Holdings Report- Why a Forward Capacity Market Won’t Solve Texas’ Resource Adequacy Problem: The Case of Energy Future Holdings
  • Report- A Texas Electric Capacity Market: The Wrong Tool for a Real Problem Report- A Texas Electric Capacity Market: The Wrong Tool for a Real Problem
  • Report- The Kemper IGCC Project: Cost and Schedule Risks Report- The Kemper IGCC Project: Cost and Schedule Risks
  • Report- The Prairie State Coal Plant: The Reality vs. the Promise Report- The Prairie State Coal Plant: The Reality vs. the Promise
  • IEEFA Report: Almost $30 Billion in Revenues Lost to Taxpayers by ‘Great Giveaway’ of Federally Owned Coal in Powder River Basin IEEFA Report: Almost $30 Billion in Revenues Lost to Taxpayers by ‘Great Giveaway’ of Federally Owned Coal in Powder River Basin
  • IEEFA: Bangladesh’s power system overcapacity problem is getting worse   IEEFA: Bangladesh’s power system overcapacity problem is getting worse  
  • IEEFA: Is oil giant Total an emerging leader of the energy transition?
  • IEEFA: There will be no smooth sailing for LNG investors in Vietnam 
  • IEEFA India: The false promise of ‘second life’ coal
  • IEEFA: Nhiệt điện khí LNG không dễ để bùng nổ ở Việt Nam IEEFA: Nhiệt điện khí LNG không dễ để bùng nổ ở Việt Nam
  • French central bank to exit coal sector, limit gas and oil investments
  • Total continues renewable expansion, buys stake in Adani Green Energy
  • Japanese corporate sector urges government to move faster on green energy transition
  • UAE begins producing aluminum with solar power in world first
  • Hydro-Quebec, Thyssenkrupp team up on major green hydrogen project
  • IEEFA U.S.: Colorado’s newest coal plant, needing extensive repairs (again), was idle for a year IEEFA U.S.: Colorado’s newest coal plant, needing extensive repairs (again), was idle for a year
  • Equinor considering sale of money-losing U.S. shale operations
  • Spain’s Naturgy enters U.S. renewable market, plans $1.8 billion investment over five years
  • EDP shutters Sines power plant in Portugal, country to be coal-free by November
  • Florida Power & Light closes its last coal-fired power plant in the state
  • BHP Group invests in startup aiming to produce steel without coking coal
  • IEEFA: Over US$50 billion in gas power projects and LNG import facilities at risk of cancellation in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Vietnam IEEFA: Over US$50 billion in gas power projects and LNG import facilities at risk of cancellation in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Vietnam
  • Japan’s Itochu Corp. sets 2024 thermal coal exit date
  • New York awards 2.5GW of offshore wind projects to Equinor and BP
  • Polish Parliament passes offshore wind act, sets stage for major buildout through 2030
  • Total takes first big step into U.S. utility-scale solar market
  • Linde announces major green hydrogen investment
  • IEEFA Australia: Energy Security Board reforms need to be ambitious to secure a low emissions future
  • EIA: Record 15.4GW of utility-scale solar capacity to be added to U.S. grid in 2021
  • Canada Infrastructure Bank to fund 250MW battery storage project, country’s largest
  • Minnesota Power sets retirement dates for last coal plants, aims for 2050 carbon-free generation
  • Small-scale rooftop solar installations in Australia set record in 2020
  • Russia’s largest wind farm begins commercial operation
  • Actualización IEEFA: Las centrales de gas natural con financiación federal siguen estando en el punto de mira de la autoridad responsable de la energía eléctrica en Puerto Rico
  • IEEFA: Puerto Rico power authority continues end-run attempts around regulators with federally-funded natural gas plans
  • IEEFA: Vietnam’s extraordinary rooftop solar success deals another blow to the remaining coal pipeline IEEFA: Vietnam’s extraordinary rooftop solar success deals another blow to the remaining coal pipeline
  • Kentucky utilities seek replacement power for three retiring coal units
  • Engie, Neoen to build 1GW, subsidy-free solar project in France
  • Lighthouse Resources bankruptcy likely the end for proposed Washington coal export terminal
  • Australia’s Origin Energy unveils plans for 700MW battery at Eraring coal plant
  • Nigerian solar firm gets investment infusion to expand across West Africa
  • Washington state charts path for 2025 coal-free electricity, 2030 carbon-neutral electricity
  • Investors pressure HSBC to take stronger action to phase out coal financing
  • National Grid: Britain’s 2020 electricity generation was greenest on record
  • Neoen plans 500MW ‘Great Western Battery’ near Sydney, Australia
  • Massachusetts legislature backs bill raising state’s offshore wind goal to 5.6GW
  • IEEFA: After a terrible 2020, the oil industry’s story has turned political IEEFA: After a terrible 2020, the oil industry’s story has turned political
  • IEEFA: Neglecting renewables could cost Indonesia’s energy edge, independence
  • Enel, Qatari sovereign wealth fund to develop renewable energy projects in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • EU funds Ørsted pilot project to produce green hydrogen with offshore wind
  • Financing secured for first utility-scale, privately developed solar project in Uzbekistan
  • Portuguese grid operator says renewables supplied 59% of nation’s electricity in 2020
  • Encavis connects 300MW Talayuela solar farm to Spanish electric grid
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: la AEE recibe apoyo en forma de un crédito, ¿una estrategia sensata u otro ardid inútil?
  • IEEFA: India could compete against China in solar module production with the right government support IEEFA: India could compete against China in solar module production with the right government support
  • IEEFA: NYS Comptroller DiNapoli’s bold divestment plan may inspire investors to follow suit
  • Vistra begins commercial operation of world’s largest battery storage system in California
  • South Korea’s SK Group makes big bet on fuel cell maker Plug Power
  • Xcel seeking bids for 500MW of solar at Sherco coal plant in Minnesota
  • Latest South Korean electricity plan aims to cut coal-fired generation 23 percent by 2030
  • Clearway Energy begins construction of 345MW wind farm in Texas
  • Units of South Korea’s Hanwha Group to stop financial support for coal projects
  • Florida municipal utility moving forward with March closure of McIntosh coal plant
  • Offshore wind expected to meet 10% of Belgium’s electricity needs in 2021
  • Siemens Gamesa to supply turbines for 100MW wind farm in Ethiopia
  • Largest floating solar project in Southeast Asia begins producing power in Vietnam
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: Credit support for PREPA, a sensible tool or another wasteful gimmick? IEEFA Puerto Rico: Credit support for PREPA, a sensible tool or another wasteful gimmick?
  • Fitch forecasts doubling in Asian wind, solar capacity by 2029, topping 1,500GW
  • NextEra moving forward with Montana’s largest wind farm near Colstrip coal plant
  • Poland plans for 2GW of hydrogen production capacity by 2030
  • Pattern Energy begins construction of 1,050MW wind project and transmission line in New Mexico
  • Xcel to close two-unit, 441MW Hayden coal plant in Colorado by 2028
  • S&P: U.S. renewable energy pipeline totals 172.5GW through 2024
  • Enel, AES unit close coal plants in Chile
  • Adani Green Energy to build 600MW solar-wind hybrid project in India
  • Minnesota regulators okay $750 million Xcel plan to repower 651MW of wind capacity
  • U.K. gives final approval for Orsted’s 2.4GW Hornsea Three offshore wind farm
  • Southeast Asian coal demand doubled in last decade
  • Ohio River Valley residents demand Biden battle plastic pollution crisis
  • Indiana coal-fired electricity generation falls by almost half in five years
  • Costs of Guyana tax exemption outstripping profits from oil deal
  • Indonesia’s PLN working on green plans to build investor credibility
  • Green hydrogen, clean stocks looking like best bets for 2021
  • Rajasthan schools benefit from hybrid solar plus battery systems
  • Pandemic likely to accelerate sustainability trends
  • Pandemic, strained finances creates crisis for Indonesian power demand
  • IEEFA U.S.: Investors would best avoid two proposed Virginia combined-cycle gas plants IEEFA U.S.: Investors would best avoid two proposed Virginia combined-cycle gas plants
  • Special event: Guyana debates offshore oil contracts with ExxonMobil-led consortium
  • U.S. Energy Department aims for 90% reduction in long-duration battery storage costs by 2030
  • Scotland earmarks £100 million for green hydrogen development efforts
  • Enel Green Power brings 436MW of wind generation online at two sites in U.S. Midwest
  • Australia testing possibility of reusing underground coal mine as a pumped hydro project
  • Greek government approves 2.8GW of new renewable energy capacity
  • Small Philippine islands stand to benefit from renewable projects
  • Fracking revolution eats its own, killing oil and gas industry
  • AIA’s $6 billion in coal investments drawing fire
  • IEEFA Indonesia: PLN has ‘Green Ambition’ but is short on renewable energy credibility
  • IEEFA Update: Coking coal’s decline likely to follow the path of thermal coal’s progressive demise IEEFA Update: Coking coal’s decline likely to follow the path of thermal coal’s progressive demise
  • Desjardins, largest financial cooperative in North America, to stop coal industry investments
  • GenOn to close Morgantown coal-fired station, support Maryland just transition legislation
  • Dominion files construction plan for 2.6GW, $7.8 billion Virginia offshore wind project
  • Ohio judge blocks $1 billion nuclear bailout bill
  • Financing secured for 2GW Al Dhafra solar project in Abu Dhabi
  • Renewable projects may push post-COVID economic recovery
  • Shale business likely to be slow to recover after last quarter’s spending cuts
  • IEEFA: AIA too important to lag global insurers in coal investment, divestment, and exclusion IEEFA: AIA too important to lag global insurers in coal investment, divestment, and exclusion
  • IEEFA Australia: Beetaloo is a sink-hole which the gas industry itself isn’t even investing in IEEFA Australia: Beetaloo is a sink-hole which the gas industry itself isn’t even investing in
  • Shell plans $3.5-$4.5 billion writedown, raising yearly total to more than $22 billion
  • Renewable energy has provided 43.6% of Spain’s electricity year to date—grid operator
  • Regulators tell Mississippi Power to plan for early retirement of 950MW of fossil fuel generation
  • Upgraded 14MW Haliade-X turbine tapped for third phase of Dogger Bank offshore wind farm
  • Pacifico Energy building 77MW solar project on former golf course in Japan
  • New Mexico regulators deny permit for utility gas project, cite state’s 2045 100% clean power law
  • Iberdrola makes big buy into Poland’s developing offshore wind market
  • Rockefeller Foundation to divest fossil fuel holdings from $5 billion endowment
  • Spanish firms Naturgy and Enagas team up for green hydrogen project
  • Indonesia begins construction of 145MW Cirata floating solar project
  • IEEFA U.S.: FERC gives blank check approval to pipeline builders, while investors and consumers pick up costs IEEFA U.S.: FERC gives blank check approval to pipeline builders, while investors and consumers pick up costs
  • Lloyd’s of London to stop issuing new insurance for coal projects, oil sands and Arctic energy exploration
  • IHS Markit: Global renewable energy investment from 2021-2025 to hit $1.3 trillion
  • Con Edison, 174 Power Global sign contract for big battery storage project in New York City
  • Xcel Energy completes construction of 522MW Sagamore wind farm in New Mexico
  • Industrial gas giant Air Liquide plans major investments in hydrogen production
  • IEEFA U.S.: Virginia coal plant’s future isn’t bright: preparation for  transition should commence now IEEFA U.S.: Virginia coal plant’s future isn’t bright: preparation for transition should commence now
  • IEEFA: Repurposing coal plants into solar and battery can pay up to 5 times more than decommissioning IEEFA: Repurposing coal plants into solar and battery can pay up to 5 times more than decommissioning
  • IEEFA: Increasing competition in India’s intra-state transmission sector will drive renewables progress IEEFA: Increasing competition in India’s intra-state transmission sector will drive renewables progress
  • EU proposes end to gas infrastructure funding, shift to hydrogen and renewables
  • Korea sets 42% renewable energy target by 2034
  • U.S. Federal Reserve joins network of central banks focused on financial risks of climate change
  • Tilt Renewable moving forward with largest wind farm in Australia’s New South Wales
  • Arizona utility APS issues RFP for additional solar and battery storage
  • IEEFA: China’s ban is less of a threat to Australia’s coal industry than international climate ambition IEEFA: China’s ban is less of a threat to Australia’s coal industry than international climate ambition
  • IEA: Global electricity generation from coal will drop by largest amount on record in 2020
  • Renewable energy will supply 46.3% of Germany’s electricity this year—utility group
  • Japan planning major expansion in offshore wind, up to 45GW by 2040
  • Trade group estimates U.S. solar capacity installations will top 19GW in 2020
  • U.S., Vietnam to cooperate on rooftop solar expansion efforts in the Southeast Asian nation
  • IEEFA: European gas pipeline companies mislead investors by underreporting CO<sub>2</sub> IEEFA: European gas pipeline companies mislead investors by underreporting CO2
  • IEEFA: Pakistan announces ‘no new coal-fired power’
  • Pakistani prime minister says country will not approve any new coal-fired power plants
  • Anglo American to exit thermal coal sector by mid-2023
  • Wood Mackenzie: Renewables, green hydrogen to limit growth of global LNG market
  • Avangrid Renewables proposes 2.5GW wind farm off the coast of North Carolina
  • Swiss firm Leclanché begins construction of largest solar-plus-storage project in the Caribbean
  • Green H2 enthusiasm gathering steam
  • China emissions reduction goal for 2060 is tall order
  • Once provable reserves now becoming stranded assets
  • Canadian policy fails to realize LNG no longer ‘bridge’ fuel
  • Tar sands, fracking would be dropped first under NYS pension plan
  • Luzon coal plants could double premature deaths in Manila, elsewhere
  • Adani Green, world’s most expensive stock, surged 717% in one year
  • IEEFA: Australia should be a net-zero emissions leader
  • Terra-Gen, Mortenson plan world’s largest solar-plus-storage project in California
  • Philippine bank RCBC to stop lending for new coal-fired power projects
  • Minnesota’s Great River Energy to replace 1,151MW Coal Creek plant with wind power
  • Battery storage project queue in Australia climbs to almost 7GW
  • Enel to produce green hydrogen at one of its U.S. solar sites
  • Will China follow coal exit plans by Japan and South Korea?
  • Pro-shale publisher calls fracker third-quarter results ‘troubling’
  • NY pension fund warns of potential divestment from carbon
  • Illinois Rep. Casten calls for cross-agency energy policies
  • Appalachian shale gas companies continue losing string
  • Petra Nova offers lessons for future?
  • IEEFA: New York State Comptroller DiNapoli takes the lead on fossil fuel divestment
  • Indian state of Maharashtra sets goal of adding 17GW of renewable energy capacity by 2025
  • Industry group says Chinese solar installations could average 70GW annually through 2025
  • Amazon signs global deals for 3.4GW of new renewable energy generation
  • Norway’s Equinor, Scatec team up to build 480MW solar project in Brazil
  • South Africa’s Standard Bank takes first step away from coal, will stop funding new power plants
  • IEEFA: New York State pension fund sets net-zero carbon emissions target
  • New York’s state pension fund to divest most fossil fuel stocks in coming five years
  • Japanese government to invest $19 billion to support 2030 hydrogen commercialization goal—report
  • Analysis shows rooftop solar saved New England ratepayers $1.1 billion from 2014-2019
  • GE, Veolia wind turbine blade recycling effort could cut CO2 emissions from cement production
  • Oregon utility PGE, NextEra complete wind component of hybrid Wheatridge renewable complex
  • New York pension fund announces plan to decarbonize by 2040
  • Pertamina signs Indonesian gasification deal with Adaro, Indika
  • Glencore outlines plan to slowly exit coal
  • Slashing spending doing little to boost Appalachian frackers
  • Carbon companies becoming estranged from financial world
  • Tri-State plan not likely to position utility for transition
  • Australian coal exports to China halted by trade tensions, unofficial ban
  • CIMB Group becomes first SE Asian bank to commit to coal exit
  • Dalrymple IPO plunges on IEEFA warning
  • IEEFA U.S.: Frackers cut capex to $5.8 billion during third quarter, lowest level in a decade IEEFA U.S.: Frackers cut capex to $5.8 billion during third quarter, lowest level in a decade
  • IEEFA: Malaysia’s CIMB announces coal financing phase-out by 2040 as Asia’s fossil fuel divestment drive accelerates IEEFA: Malaysia’s CIMB announces coal financing phase-out by 2040 as Asia’s fossil fuel divestment drive accelerates
  • Leading global miner Glencore announces ‘managed decline of its coal business’
  • Southern California Edison signs contracts for another 590MW of battery storage
  • Malaysian bank CIMB to exit coal sector entirely by 2040
  • San Jose, Oakland are latest California cities to enact bans on gas in new construction
  • Leading European companies push for green hydrogen commercialization by 2026
  • Banks picking up on shift to become more environmentally friendly
  • Orlando utility comes in for criticism over gutting residential solar
  • IEEFA: Dalrymple Bay Infrastructure overvalued, overleveraged, over-promised, likely to under-deliver IEEFA: Dalrymple Bay Infrastructure overvalued, overleveraged, over-promised, likely to under-deliver
  • New Mexico regulators approve utility’s replacement power plans for closing San Juan coal plant
  • Equinor, RWE join Dutch green hydrogen development effort
  • Massive Moorabool wind farm begins sending power into Australian electricity grid
  • New Jersey gas utility takes delayed PennEast pipeline out of financial outlook through 2024
  • France moves forward with 1GW offshore wind development effort off Normandy coast
  • BlackRock background of Biden top economist draws concern
  • China has tall order to meet carbon neutrality by 2060
  • Wyoming trying to fight budget woes with coal promotion
  • Swapping diesel for renewables has potential to save P13.5 billion
  • Low interest rates, high capacity, new tech pushes India tariffs to record lows
  • IEEFA U.S.:  Appalachian frackers report $504M in negative free cash flow despite capex slashing IEEFA U.S.: Appalachian frackers report $504M in negative free cash flow despite capex slashing
  • Denmark, European Union’s largest oil producer, to phase out production by 2050
  • U.S. coal companies White Stallion and Lighthouse Resources file for bankruptcy
  • Neoen, Tesla begin construction of 300MW battery, to be biggest in Australia
  • Italian oil major Eni buys 20% stake in U.K.’s Dogger Bank offshore wind project
  • Dominion cancels plans for $200 million, 500MW gas peaking plant in Virginia
  • Going carbon-free for electricity might not be as costly as imagined
  • India rail network offers fast-track for energy transition
  • Poland faces consequences of too much reliance on coal
  • Report: Fossil fuel production must be cut by 6% annually
  • IEEFA Europe: COVID has exposed Polish energy company’s continuing coal dependence IEEFA Europe: COVID has exposed Polish energy company’s continuing coal dependence
  • IEEFA: India’s new record-low solar power tariff demonstrates investor confidence despite the pandemic IEEFA: India’s new record-low solar power tariff demonstrates investor confidence despite the pandemic
  • IEEFA: By facilitating electricity transmission routes, could Indian Railways fast-track the energy transition? IEEFA: By facilitating electricity transmission routes, could Indian Railways fast-track the energy transition?
  • IEEFA Philippines: NPC-SPUG shift can drive savings to P13.5 billion per year
  • IEEFA update: Orlando Utilities Commission IRP plan may fall short of carbon reduction goals
  • Wood Mackenzie: U.S. battery storage installations set to soar to 7.5GW by 2025
  • Corporate demand in Australia for green energy expected to hit record level in 2020
  • Ørsted moves forward with 430MW solar project in Texas
  • Enel, Eni form green hydrogen partnership in Italy
  • Greek utility PPC to invest $4.1 billion in renewable energy, grid modernization through 2023
  • Vietnam coal traders think coal demand likely to continue rising
  • Sustainability series finds cause for optimism in Philippines
  • ExxonMobil $20B write-off indicates gas becoming a stranded asset
  • IEEFA: Japanese and Korean investment in risky PJM gas-fired power calls for strategic decisions IEEFA: Japanese and Korean investment in risky PJM gas-fired power calls for strategic decisions
  • Oil industry writedowns top $80 billion mark in past year
  • Polish government moves forward with plans for 10.9GW of offshore wind development
  • U.K. government okays country’s largest battery storage project
  • Vistra to close 648MW Coleto Creek coal plant in Texas by 2027
  • Bank of Montreal to exit U.S. shale industry
  • Pandemic deepened oil and gas woes, but didn’t cause them
  • Philippines moratorium will scrap 10GW of new coal-fired plants
  • PEMR sending mixed signals on coal exit
  • Bukit Asam coal gasification plant to receive Indonesian incentives
  • First German coal closure auction oversubscribed as utilities look to exit uneconomic sector
  • ExxonMobil to take $20 billion writedown, cut development spending
  • Indonesia considering closing 3,400MW Suralaya coal plant
  • Orsted completes construction on 752MW Borssele offshore wind farm, largest in the Netherlands
  • Concentrated solar, molten salt storage featured in next phase of Dubai green energy project
  • Queensland royalties collapse as $2bn disappears from state budget
  • Guyana vice president warns ExxonMobil of potentially criminal behavior
  • Australia remains on an island when it comes to climate policy
  • Low solar tariff estimates may create problems for renewable developers
  • Oil bust hits home in Carlsbad, N.M.
  • Government policies, green strategies lead to skyrocketing H2 stocks
  • IEEFA: Does Guyana pay when ExxonMobil drills a dry well? IEEFA: Does Guyana pay when ExxonMobil drills a dry well?
  • Investor groups up pressure on Mitsubishi, other Japanese backers of planned Vietnam coal plant
  • Financing complete for 3.6GW Dogger Bank offshore wind farm, world’s largest
  • Australia’s Origin Energy plans major green hydrogen, battery storage projects
  • Repsol’s new strategic plan earmarks 5.5 billion euros for low-carbon generation
  • Leading green bond firm threatens State Bank of India over support for Australian coal mine
  • Transparency advocates call for truth about ExxonMobil-Guyana deal
  • Cricket pitch invaded to protest potential SBI loan to Carmichael project
  • New Mexico oil and gas collapse could cause ripples for years
  • ADM carbon capture project falling woefully short of promises
  • Philippines shift to majority renewables seen beyond 2040
  • Indonesian downstream coal target of emissions reduction efforts
  • WoodMac: Renewables cheaper than coal for Asia-Pacific by 2030
  • IEEFA Australia: National Electricity Market reform agenda provides path to a flexible decarbonised decentralised grid
  • Solar auction in Rajasthan nets 1,070MW of capacity at record low prices for India
  • HSBC: Annual Chinese solar installations could top 75GW by 2025
  • Asian Development Bank approves $600 million loan for renewable energy development in Indonesia
  • Vietnam moves forward with 350MW Ca Mau offshore wind project, largest in the country
  • Gore Street energizes 50MW battery in Northern Ireland, a second is due in December
  • Adani’s Godda plant likely to be left behind in transition
  • Rio Tinto destruction of sacred sites spurs calls for oversight
  • Transition offers LIC opportunity to curb India’s coal obsession
  • IEEFA South Korea: Why leading ESG investors didn’t buy KEPCO’s green bond [KOR]
  • IEEFA Australia: NSW sets out a clear path to sustainably lower cost electricity
  • IEEFA: Adani’s Godda power project ‘left behind’ by changing energy policy in India and Bangladesh
  • IEEFA: The Australian government is holding out on setting a net-zero emissions deadline
  • IEEFA Australia: Narrabri gas project’s lack of social licence will make pipeline approval problematic
  • Report shows continued, sharp decline in coal plant financing in India
  • Global uncertainty clouds future of planned U.S. LNG export terminals
  • Australian utility AGL identifies second big battery site amid rapid energy storage scale-up
  • Significant potential to expand existing German wind power generation via repowering–study
  • French firm Akuo commissions 50MW solar project in Mali, largest in West Africa
  • Trump White House trying to block divestment with new banking rule
  • DME used to reduce LPG imports likely to require Indonesian subsidy
  • Colorado emissions rules may force Tri-State, others to close coal plants early
  • Mixed reaction for green light to Narrabri gas project
  • Sumitomo reports $251 million loss on WA Bluewaters coal investment
  • Neoen financed green hub with international effort
  • IEEFA U.S.: Decline in coal exports adds to Navajo-owned company’s problems IEEFA U.S.: Decline in coal exports adds to Navajo-owned company’s problems
  • Houston likely to suffer fallout from ExxonMobil’s decline
  • Arctic drilling prospects likely to be less attractive than in previous years
  • Guyana caught in debt trap by ExxonMobil deal
  • IEEFA South Korea: Why leading ESG investors didn’t buy KEPCO’s green bond IEEFA South Korea: Why leading ESG investors didn’t buy KEPCO’s green bond
  • IEEFA Japan: ¥26 billion loss on Australian coal power plant raises questions for Sumitomo and its investors IEEFA Japan: ¥26 billion loss on Australian coal power plant raises questions for Sumitomo and its investors
  • Enel to invest $190 billion on green energy, electrification in coming 10 years
  • Coal India moving forward with plans to install 3GW of solar capacity by 2024
  • Coal financing quickly drying up worldwide—analysts
  • Orsted to develop 1.6GW of offshore wind in South Korea
  • Major Australian industrial firm Sun Metals commits to 100% renewable energy
  • Australian holdout on net-zero may be resolved by states, private sector
  • IEEFA U.S.: Coal plants close as renewable energy construction rises IEEFA U.S.: Coal plants close as renewable energy construction rises
  • State judge’s ruling raises another hurdle for planned $9.4 billion Formosa Plastics plant in Louisiana
  • South Korea’s Doosan Heavy, SK E&C link up to target floating offshore wind projects
  • Chinese bank pulls out of proposed Lamu coal-fired power plant in Kenya
  • Western Australia green hydrogen project moves a step closer to reality
  • Bayer signs corporate PPA for output from Iberdrola’s 590MW Pizarro solar project
  • IEEFA U.K.: Smart tariffs can cut electric vehicle charging costs by one-fifth IEEFA U.K.: Smart tariffs can cut electric vehicle charging costs by one-fifth
  • Europe plans massive expansion in offshore wind: 60GW by 2030, 300GW by 2050
  • Invenergy begins construction on 1.3GW solar project in Texas, largest in U.S.
  • Origin Energy planning 300MW solar, 30MW storage project in South Australia
  • Venture Global delays final investment decision on Plaquemines LNG export project
  • RWE unit starts work on its largest U.S solar-plus-storage project, in Georgia
  • IEEFA Australia: Snowy Hydro gas plant expansions likely to be fuelled with taxpayer funds IEEFA Australia: Snowy Hydro gas plant expansions likely to be fuelled with taxpayer funds
  • Thai company delays decision on $10 billion petrochemical complex in Ohio
  • Equinor sees peak oil coming by 2028
  • U.K.’s SSE plans significant expansion of renewable energy capacity by 2030
  • San Francisco bans natural gas use in new construction projects
  • Chinese developer begins construction of 2GW hybrid renewable project in Inner Mongolia
  • IEEFA U.S.: Colorado electric wholesaler is alienating cost-conscious co-ops with its fossil commitments IEEFA U.S.: Colorado electric wholesaler is alienating cost-conscious co-ops with its fossil commitments
  • IEEFA Australia: It was a gas while it lasted but the love affair is over IEEFA Australia: It was a gas while it lasted but the love affair is over
  • Renewable energy brightens outlook for RWE, EDF
  • British firms plan massive underwater power link to bring Scottish wind to English markets
  • Xcel to convert 1,018MW Harrington coal plant in Texas to gas by 2025
  • Long-duration storage firm Form Energy gets $70 million investment infusion
  • Danish investor CIP signs on to Western Australia green hydrogen project
  • AGL to build 250MW/1,000MWh battery in South Australia
  • Analysts see rising likelihood of ‘Chapter 22’ bankruptcies in U.S. oil and gas sector
  • Ovo, Sonnen to offer rooftop solar, storage package for residential customers in Spain
  • EDF, steelmaker Nucor sign deal for 250MW solar project in Texas
  • South Africa’s 140MW Kangnas wind farm begins commercial operation
  • Financial alliance warns big investors to stay away from thermal coal
  • Coal gasification plant may do more harm than good for Indonesian economy
  • Coal replaced wood, but question now is what will replace coal?
  • PTT Global delays final decision on Ohio plant—again
  • Samsung’s insurance units to stop investing in coal-fired power projects
  • EIA: U.S. on track to add record-setting 23GW of wind capacity in 2020
  • South African solar-plus-storage facility sets mark for continuous power
  • BP, Orsted team up on German green hydrogen project
  • Petra Nova failure yielded valuable insights about carbon capture technology
  • Peabody could be facing second bankruptcy in less than four years
  • First solar-plus-storage project planned in Senegal
  • IEEFA update: Peabody Energy flirts with bankruptcy—again IEEFA update: Peabody Energy flirts with bankruptcy—again
  • Declining coal economy prepares Peabody for another bankruptcy
  • Utilities mull nuclear possibilities for electricity market turmoil
  • Exodus from coal continues across planet
  • Green H2 catching attention of oil supermajors
  • Adani needs to lead India’s energy strategy by example
  • IEEFA: Solar is the new ruler of the Indian electricity market IEEFA: Solar is the new ruler of the Indian electricity market
  • Mining giant Fortescue plans massive global renewable energy buildout
  • Talen to stop burning coal at three plants with 3.6GW of capacity in Pennsylvania and Maryland by 2025
  • Marubeni withdrawal may kill planned 630MW coal-fired project in South Africa
  • German utility to test feasibility of transporting pure hydrogen in existing gas pipelines
  • Offshore wind potential in Louisiana, California attracting developer interest
  • Rebound in coal, CO2 emissions likely to welcome new White House
  • Documents show Adani never scrapped plans for huge Queensland mine
  • IEEFA: High fossil fuel costs and unnecessary power developments like Lamu will lead to expensive electricity bills for Kenyans IEEFA: High fossil fuel costs and unnecessary power developments like Lamu will lead to expensive electricity bills for Kenyans
  • IEEFA U.S.: Bankruptcy of Oakland project marks a bellwether moment for U.S. coal export ambitions IEEFA U.S.: Bankruptcy of Oakland project marks a bellwether moment for U.S. coal export ambitions
  • IEEFA: As owner of India’s most valuable energy company, the Adani Group should lead the country’s energy strategy IEEFA: As owner of India’s most valuable energy company, the Adani Group should lead the country’s energy strategy
  • ExxonMobil’s refusal to invest in renewables has significant financial perils
  • IEEFA Indonesia: DME coal gasification project could lose US$377 million annually IEEFA Indonesia: DME coal gasification project could lose US$377 million annually
  • Siemens to stop selling turbines for new coal-fired power plant projects
  • Arizona utility proposes $144 million transition fund for communities hit by coal power plant closures
  • Toshiba says it will not take new orders for coal-fired power plants
  • IEA: Global renewable energy capacity will climb by 200GW in 2020, more in 2021
  • Peabody warns of possible second bankruptcy in five years as coal industry declines
  • Australia has limited time to lower costs of green projects
  • Australia’s New South Wales unveils major renewable energy transition plan
  • Irish, Chinese firms partnering to develop 1GW Scottish offshore wind farm
  • U.S. developer Sunrun expects residential solar-plus-storage to be the new standard
  • Japanese firms see rising risk of stranded investment as tide turns against coal worldwide
  • Massachusetts regulators okay contracts for 804MW Mayflower offshore wind project
  • Effect of low New Mexico oil prices could last years
  • Despite challenges for Vietnamese coal, outlook for fossil fuels good through 2021
  • East Asian net zero pledges likely to reshape regional energy mix
  • Platte River Power accused of watering down carbon reduction plan
  • IEEFA South Africa: Coal market conditions have ‘deteriorated materially’
  • Draft EU energy plan calls for 60GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030
  • American Electric Power to take 1,633MW of coal capacity in Texas offline by 2028
  • South Australia government backs $250 million green hydrogen project
  • Scottish Power shows black start capability of wind power in world-first demonstration
  • Eos Energy, Hecate sign deal for 1,000MWh of battery storage across Southwest U.S.
  • New Mexico can’t continue to rely so much on oil and gas revenue
  • IEEFA update: New solar energy plan for Bangladesh provides solutions to overcapacity, energy security and rising costs
  • Iberdrola launches five year, €75 billion investment plan targeting renewables, grid improvements
  • Trade group expects a record 78GW of new wind capacity worldwide in 2021
  • French developer Neoen to build 300MW/450MWh battery storage unit in Australia
  • Wisconsin utility to close four unit, 1,135MW Oak Creek coal-fired station by 2024
  • TransAlta to convert its Canadian coal-fired plants to gas by yearend 2021
  • Tesla, Neoen partner for one of world’s largest lithium-ion battery
  • ExxonMobil plans 14,000 job cuts amid strong ‘fundamentals’
  • Philippine ban on new coal projects expected to add $30B to renewable projects
  • IEEFA U.S.: Idaho Power IRP should be required reading for Wyoming regulators, politicians
  • France’s Engie pulls out of $7 billion deal to import U.S. LNG
  • Developer Equitrans raises cost of contested Mountain Valley Pipeline to $5.8 billion
  • Enel begins commercial operation at 140MW wind farm in South Africa
  • Abu Dhabi Fund for Development backing 500MW solar development effort in Sudan
  • Poland planning to build solar, wind capacity at Bełchatów, Europe’s largest coal plant
  • Shell plans shift in business at largest oil refinery on planet
  • Utilities mull nuclear possibilities for electricity market turmoil
  • Trump coal promises did little to help coal
  • PLN plans to issue energy transition bonds next year
  • Four major Vietnamese coal projects may be delayed as result of new law
  • Adani dominates India first commercial coal mine auctions
  • IEEFA: Philippines coal moratorium highlights dramatic pivot to renewable energy investment for lower prices and power system resilience
  • IEEFA update: Australia’s gas-led recovery is flogging a dead horse
  • IEEFA report: Foreign investors face tough times closing Vietnam’s remaining coal power deals IEEFA report: Foreign investors face tough times closing Vietnam’s remaining coal power deals
  • Norway’s Statkraft buys Solarcentury and company’s 6GW project portfolio
  • FirstEnergy filing says Ohio bribery probe could pose risks to utility’s financial status
  • Insurance company seeking collateral from Peabody to cover the coal miner’s cleanup bonds
  • Dominion Energy moving forward with 498MW of new solar projects in Virginia
  • Australia’s main grid tops 30 percent renewable electricity for second month in a row
  • PNM plans early sale of Four Corners share to NTEC
  • Halliburton may be dragged down with rest of oil and gas industry
  • ExxonMobil deal short-changing Guyana taxpayers
  • Draft EU rules would prevent gas-fired power plants from being labeled as ‘sustainable’
  • Black & Veatch to exit coal plant engineering and construction business
  • PowerChina, WindFarm move forward with 800MW, $1 billion wind project in Ukraine
  • Spain’s Repsol says it is spending more on green energy than oil and gas exploration
  • Colorado’s Platte River utility to close Rawhide coal plant 16 years early, cut CO2 90% by 2030
  • Philippine coal moratorium spurs calls for local geothermal development
  • Japan’s carbon-neutral pledge likely to hit Australian coal markets hard
  • IEEFA update: ExxonMobil’s dismal third quarter IEEFA update: ExxonMobil’s dismal third quarter
  • Satellites identifying climate-threatening methane leaks into atmosphere
  • Renewable market capitalizations overtaking old energy giants
  • Banks heading in the right direction but not leading the parade
  • Japanese climate change plans promise much, except details
  • Large-scale Kosovar wind and solar could help Balkan nation break with coal
  • IEEFA: Why 2020 is turning out be a pivotal year for fossil fuel exits
  • IEEFA: Renewables’ strong performance and falling costs can help Kosovo break from a coal-powered past IEEFA: Renewables’ strong performance and falling costs can help Kosovo break from a coal-powered past
  • Performanca e fortë e burimeve të ripërtëritshme dhe rënia e kostove mund të ndihmojnë Kosovën të shkëputet nga e kaluara e furnizuar me qymyr Performanca e fortë e burimeve të ripërtëritshme dhe rënia e kostove mund të ndihmojnë Kosovën të shkëputet nga e kaluara e furnizuar me qymyr
  • Arizona regulators adopt 2050 100% carbon-free rule for state’s electric utilities
  • Scottish government raises 2030 offshore wind capacity target to 11GW
  • Engie expands in Australia, buys development rights for 420MW wind farm
  • Alliant to close one coal-fired power plant in Iowa, convert a second to gas
  • European Energy A/S to build 300MW solar farm in Denmark, largest in northern Europe
  • IEEFA U.S.: How to negotiate responsible tax breaks on renewable energy deals
  • Australia’s ANZ bank to exit coal lending business by 2030
  • Iberdrola, Fertiberia partnering to install 800MW of green hydrogen capacity by 2027
  • Global offshore wind pipeline nearing 200GW—RenewableUK
  • Few standards exist for renewable energy tax breaks
  • Wood Mackenzie: Global solar installations to hit 115GW in 2020
  • Lloyd’s insurer Apollo to stop covering Adani’s Carmichael coal mine in September 2021
  • Surveys suggest Biden energy plans fail to scare key state voters
  • IEEFA update: ExxonMobil’s financials indicate slide under CEO Darren Woods’s leadership IEEFA update: ExxonMobil’s financials indicate slide under CEO Darren Woods’s leadership
  • IEEFA Australia: As our export partners pull out, Origin and Inpex keep kicking the gas can down the road IEEFA Australia: As our export partners pull out, Origin and Inpex keep kicking the gas can down the road
  • IEEFA: IEA playing ‘catch-up’ with falling renewables costs, halving solar estimates IEEFA: IEA playing ‘catch-up’ with falling renewables costs, halving solar estimates
  • Bloomberg report charts acceleration of global energy transition
  • Samsung pledges to quit coal construction, but not before building Vung Ang 2 plant
  • Queensland state government approves development of 500MW Wambo wind farm
  • Financial giants leaving coal, oil, LNG, other fossil fuel platforms
  • State-owned Philippines electricity company reports massive loss
  • Rhode Island moving forward with 600MW offshore wind solicitation
  • Political, investment landscape for coal shifting dramatically
  • Philippine moratorium could cut off 10GW of coal in pipeline
  • ExxonMobil deal raises concerns about future Guyana revenue sources
  • Israel to add 15GW of solar capacity by 2030
  • IEEFA report: Oil consortium deal with Guyana far from panacea for country’s ailing finances IEEFA report: Oil consortium deal with Guyana far from panacea for country’s ailing finances
  • IEEFA: Renewable energy must play a greater role in economic recovery from COVID-19 IEEFA: Renewable energy must play a greater role in economic recovery from COVID-19
  • Philippines government says no to new coal plant proposals
  • Public Service Co. of New Mexico could exit Farmington station in December
  • Torres Small contest could hinge on oil and gas support
  • Investors, activists continue efforts to stop South Korean funding for new Vietnam coal plant
  • NTPC executive reaffirms Indian company’s plan to transition from coal to renewables
  • Japan’s net zero pledge will require retiring 34GW of coal capacity by 2040
  • French developer Neoen begins construction of 41MW solar farm in Mozambique
  • Philippine government announces moratorium on new coal power plant construction
  • Financial exodus from fossil fuel projects continues to grow
  • B.C. LNG too expensive to be competitive in Chinese market
  • India wind-solar hybrid capacity expected to approach 12GW by 2023
  • Kepco coal project in Vietnam draws charges of hypocrisy
  • IEEFA Australia: Origin Energy is not facing the past nor the future IEEFA Australia: Origin Energy is not facing the past nor the future
  • Rystad Energy: North American oil and gas bankruptcy debt likely to top $100 billion this year
  • Tesla seeing ‘unprecedented demand’ for battery storage systems
  • French developer Neoen secures financing for largest solar power project in Australia
  • U.S. DOE report concludes carbon capture at Colstrip coal plant ‘not financially attractive’
  • AES Gener begins work on largest battery storage facility in Latin America
  • Solar power ‘becoming the new king of the world’s electricity markets’
  • New Mexico budget plummets in wake of oil price collapse
  • N.D. editorial: Carbon capture offers bridge for post-fossil fuel era
  • IEEFA: PLN still refusing to adapt, a move which will hurt investors, consumers, and the government purse IEEFA: PLN still refusing to adapt, a move which will hurt investors, consumers, and the government purse
  • Arch to sharply cut PRB coal production, continue shift to met coal
  • AEP CEO says company on ‘precipice’ of renewable energy transformation
  • Indiana utility Nipsco contracts for 1,035MW of solar and storage to replace coal-fired generation
  • Investors targeting backers of planned 1.2GW Vung Ang 2 coal power plant in Vietnam
  • Malaysian floating solar project brought online for levelized cost of $0.038/kilowatt-hour
  • Oil and gas-reliant New Mexico needs to consider future revenue sources
  • More investors head for exit from fossil fuel investments
  • IEEFA U.S.: As utility company exits Four Corners Power Plant, NTEC seeks to keep it open IEEFA U.S.: As utility company exits Four Corners Power Plant, NTEC seeks to keep it open
  • IEEFA: British Columbia’s LNG strategy ‘doubling down on a bad hand’
  • New Mexico’s oil and gas industry woes hit state budget hard
  • Experts: Renewable capacity, infrastructure to benefit from transition
  • Teenagers launch legal battle to block Adani’s Carmichael coal mine
  • Entergy announcement highlights potential demand for green hydrogen
  • Conference Board’s LNG report appeared two weeks after detailed analysis by energy expert
  • Indexing tariffs for future solar capacity could help steer India from coal
  • NextEra’s renewable energy, battery storage project pipeline tops 15GW
  • Offshore wind, battery storage expected to play key role in Japan’s decarbonization efforts
  • S&P: Water availability a growing threat for many U.S. coal-fired power plants
  • First-of-a-kind subsea transmission interconnection links Danish, German power grids
  • Foresight Group, Island Green Power to build 700MW of subsidy-free solar in U.K.
  • IEEFA: Indexed renewable energy tariffs could save India’s discoms up to Rs21,880 crore (US$3bn) over five years IEEFA: Indexed renewable energy tariffs could save India’s discoms up to Rs21,880 crore (US$3bn) over five years
  • Spain’s Iberdrola makes $4.3 billion cash bid for PNM Resources in New Mexico
  • IHS Markit projects strong growth in U.S. corporate renewable energy demand through 2030
  • New group planning 1.5GW of solar, 1GW of storage on Australian commercial, industrial rooftops
  • Equinor, Orsted submit bids for New York’s 2.5GW offshore wind solicitation
  • UAE considering green hydrogen options with record-low solar power prices
  • New Mexico placed too many eggs in oil and gas basket
  • IEEFA identifies 50 major financial institutions curbing money for oil and gas lending
  • Indian coal market continues downhill slide amid pandemic
  • Trump adds insult to ExxonMobil’s 2020 injuries
  • Carbon capture research vital to nation’s energy future
  • IEEFA update: ExxonMobil says the long-term fundamentals have not changed. Really? IEEFA update: ExxonMobil says the long-term fundamentals have not changed. Really?
  • IEEFA U.S.: Plummeting oil and gas prices leave New Mexico’s budget short by hundreds of millions of dollars IEEFA U.S.: Plummeting oil and gas prices leave New Mexico’s budget short by hundreds of millions of dollars
  • IEEFA Update: Financial retreat from oil and gas tracked
  • Annual Lazard analysis charts ‘striking’ reductions in solar, wind costs
  • Rystad: Asian renewable energy capacity to hit 754GW by 2025, up 50% in five years
  • Spain’s Repsol researching direct conversion of water into renewable hydrogen with solar energy
  • Reliance chairman says India on path to renewable energy transition in next few decades
  • Kepco reported to be backing away from 630MW coal project in South Africa
  • New Mexico child advocates call for more stable budget source than oil and gas
  • Solar power now considerably cheaper than coal, gas in Poland
  • Australian COVID recovery plan ignores market preferences
  • Japanese, Chinese investors pulling out of Bangladesh coal projects
  • Investors beginning to treat Big Oil like Little Coal
  • Financial institutions pulling out of oil and gas projects
  • IEEFA: From zero to fifty, global financial corporations get cracking on major oil/gas lending exits IEEFA: From zero to fifty, global financial corporations get cracking on major oil/gas lending exits
  • IEEFA: What Australia can learn from Texas’ embrace of clean energy IEEFA: What Australia can learn from Texas’ embrace of clean energy
  • IEEFA: Canadian assessment of LNG ‘rising tide’ would drown balance sheets in red ink IEEFA: Canadian assessment of LNG ‘rising tide’ would drown balance sheets in red ink
  • IEEFA update: Dalrymple’s potential stock market debut IEEFA update: Dalrymple’s potential stock market debut
  • Moody’s: Much of proposed U.S. LNG export capacity likely to be delayed for years
  • Poland’s PGE utility plans almost $10 billion in renewable energy investments by 2030
  • EDF Renewables buys 4.5GW pipeline of solar projects located in the U.S.’ PJM market
  • Western Australia government approves proposed 15GW solar and wind project
  • TransAlta begins commercial operation of Alberta’s first battery storage project
  • IEEFA, Conference Board issue dueling reports on future of Canadian LNG
  • Hydrogen fuel industry gaining steam
  • ExxonMobil oil mania like 17th century “Tulipmania”
  • IEA predicts Australian thermal coal demand peaked
  • Minnkota defends Project Tundra but refuses to commit to future
  • Pandemic obscures financial problems of Appalachian plastics project
  • Utility officials see path to 80% carbon emissions reduction, worry about last 20%
  • Norway’s Scatec Solar buys SN Power, expands presence in renewable energy sector
  • Fitch: 10GW of new floating solar possible by 2025
  • Portland General closes 585MW Boardman coal plant in Oregon
  • Vietnam’s Trungnam Group builds 450MW solar farm, country’s largest, in just 102 days
  • Not many bright spots on horizon for oil and gas markets
  • Lack of transparency could cost Puerto Rico $10B in FEMA funds for grid work
  • San Juan replacement calls for 650MW solar, 300MW storage
  • New Mexico solar power now considerably cheaper than coal, gas
  • Solar power now considerably cheaper than coal, gas
  • IEEFA: ExxonMobil financial performance slides from industry leader to laggard IEEFA: ExxonMobil financial performance slides from industry leader to laggard
  • European Union may enact binding limits on methane emissions from gas industry
  • NYPA, environmental justice groups to consider clean options for replacing New York City gas peakers
  • Australian state of Queensland could transition to 100% green electricity in 15 years—report
  • Florida muni OUC to close Stanton coal plant by 2027
  • MHI Vestas planning super-sized offshore wind turbine
  • IEEFA: NTPC is the flag-bearer for India’s electricity sector transition IEEFA: NTPC is the flag-bearer for India’s electricity sector transition
  • Investors managing $5 trillion commit to major carbon reductions across portfolios
  • Milestone set in South Australia as solar supplies 100% of demand for first time
  • Vietnam looks to double renewable energy generation by 2030
  • Mitsubishi unit sees potential in offshore wind projects in U.S. Great Lakes region
  • Enel Green Power breaks ground on 284MW Azure Sky solar-plus-storage project in Texas
  • IEEFA: India’s new green term-ahead market will boost trading of renewables
  • IEA’s Birol: Solar soon to be the ‘new king of the world’s electricity markets’
  • Japanese trading firm Mitsui to sell remaining coal-fired power plant assets by 2030
  • Australia’s corporate renewable energy demand already at record 3,500MW in 2020
  • Japan’s largest power generator to close all ‘inefficient’ coal plants by 2030
  • Norway’s Statkraft set to begin construction on South America’s largest wind farm
  • New Mexico eyes 100% emissions-free electricity by 2040
  • Indian wind-solar hybrid capacity expected to grow to 11.7GW by 2023
  • Increasing number of Puerto Rico candidates call for scrutiny of LUMA deal
  • Power lost by San Juan closure will be replaced entirely by renewables
  • Australian manufacturing poised to be big beneficiary of renewables
  • IEEFA: New Mexico’s biggest utility moves forcefully toward solar IEEFA: New Mexico’s biggest utility moves forcefully toward solar
  • IEEFA: LUMA Energy deal paves way for Puerto Rico regulators to repeat past mistakes IEEFA: LUMA Energy deal paves way for Puerto Rico regulators to repeat past mistakes
  • IEEFA: Acuerdo de LUMA Energy allana camino para que los reguladores de Puerto Rico repitan errores pasados
  • Saudi Arabia considers delaying OPEC oil production boost
  • China intends to cut all greenhouse gas emissions by 2060
  • Stop-work order lifted on Mountain Valley pipeline project
  • Libya resumes oil production after hiatus
  • Duke Energy announces methane emissions reductions and green energy targets
  • Despite Trump push, carbon capture financials aren’t adding up
  • IEEFA Webinar: ICYMI Project Tundra carbon capture report IEEFA Webinar: ICYMI Project Tundra carbon capture report
  • Global green hydrogen project pipeline tops 60GW—Rystad Energy
  • Iberdrola begins construction of Australia’s largest hybrid wind-plus-solar project
  • California utility SDG&E to build two long-duration green hydrogen storage projects
  • Thai plastics giant Indorama Ventures looks to quadruple renewable energy use in next 10 years
  • Norway’s Scatec Solar completes fourth solar PV project in Malaysia
  • Pandemic highlights ability of state-owned companies to endure low prices
  • Indian wind-solar hybrid capacity could jump almost 80 times in three years
  • World’s largest steel company plans net-zero by 2050
  • IEEFA: Wind-solar hybrid systems can power India’s next wave of renewables growth IEEFA: Wind-solar hybrid systems can power India’s next wave of renewables growth
  • BlackRock backs resolution that would have forced early closure of AGL coal plants in Australia
  • SEIA: U.S. corporate demand for solar power now tops 8,350MW, and more growth is coming
  • Floating wind industry insiders say its time to move past pilots, build for scale
  • Indian state of Kerala moving forward with 125MW floating solar project
  • Renewable energy supplied 43% of Spain’s electricity demand through first nine months of 2020
  • New PJM gas plants face growing suite of obstacles to solvency
  • Untapped solar potential in Indonesia faces obstacles to growth
  • EIA expects slight rebound for coal next year as economies recover
  • ExxonMobil plans huge GHG emissions increase over next five years
  • Role of gas as a bridge fuel in U.S. ‘just got shorter and narrower’—S&P
  • India’s power minister says retiring coal plants will be replaced by renewable energy
  • French oil major Total expands presence in floating offshore wind market
  • NextEra tops ExxonMobil market capitalization as clean energy transition continues
  • Cambridge University vows complete fossil fuel divestment by 2030
  • IEEFA: Now is the time for early fossil fuel displacement in South and Southeast Asia
  • IEEFA U.S.: Renewables get an early start on beating coal generation IEEFA U.S.: Renewables get an early start on beating coal generation
  • NSW Independent Planning Commission gives green light to Narrabri
  • Renewable energy provided more than half of Germany’s electricity in first nine months of 2020
  • India considering plan that could force closure of 10GW of coal-fired generation
  • Macquarie, Siemens form energy-as-a-service unit targeting U.S. corporate renewable market
  • France’s Akuo Energy planning nearly 1 billion euro investment in Greek renewable energy sector
  • BloombergNEF: U.S. residential solar installations to hit record 3GW in 2020, 3.6GW in 2021
  • GE announcements highlight failing fortunes of coal
  • AMP contracts signed in 2007 now costing dozens of cities
  • China-Pakistan corridor yet to boost industrialization in Pakistan
  • Illinois coal projects ‘run into unforgiving economics’
  • IEEFA U.S.: Investors in gas-fired projects in largest regional power system face substantial risks IEEFA U.S.: Investors in gas-fired projects in largest regional power system face substantial risks
  • IEEFA Webinar: Project Tundra carbon capture plan carries large risks for Minnkota co-ops
  • RBC limits future lending for coal plant development, Arctic oil projects
  • Orsted, Yara International link up in green ammonia development effort
  • U.S. researchers see vast potential for floating solar generation at existing hydroelectric dams
  • Spain’s Elecnor tapped to build Australia’s largest solar-plus-storage project
  • Xcel Energy begins commercial operation at 500MW Cheyenne Ridge wind farm in Colorado
  • Moody’s: Long-term credit risks are rising for natural gas infrastructure projects
  • Equinor begins construction of world’s largest floating offshore wind project in Norway
  • Germany’s RWE to study using existing underground gas storage sites for long-duration battery applications
  • China connects massive 2.2GW solar farm to the grid
  • Orsted continues onshore expansion in U.S with 367MW Western Trail wind project in Texas
  • IEEFA: Sri Lanka must learn lessons from around Asia to avoid further electricity crises
  • Oil giant Total ups renewable energy installation goal to 35GW by 2025
  • Wood Mackenzie sees total global energy storage climbing to 741GWh by 2030
  • Dominion, Orsted begin producing power from 12MW offshore wind pilot in Virginia
  • Renewables topped 30% share in Australia’s main electricity grid in September, coal fell to new low
  • World’s highest altitude solar-plus-storage project completed in Tibet
  • Vistra to retire 6,800MW of coal generation capacity in Illinois and Ohio by 2027
  • U.K. offshore wind capacity pipeline tops 50GW
  • Private sector shows little interest in India coal mine auction
  • Judge rejects Peabody, Arch plan for coal mining joint venture in Powder River Basin
  • Norway’s Statkraft to build 519MW wind farm in Brazil
  • IEEFA op-ed: It’s time for New Jersey to divest from fossil fuels
  • IEEFA Australia: Gas and electricity prices will rise if Narrabri gas fields approved IEEFA Australia: Gas and electricity prices will rise if Narrabri gas fields approved
  • IEEFA India: Interpreting solar tariff trends
  • S&P: Almost 39GW of new solar generation likely to be online in U.S. by end of 2024
  • RWE expansions at existing U.K. offshore wind projects could add 3.1GW of capacity
  • Ameren backs 2050 net zero carbon goal, but plans long coal phaseout
  • First power from 1.3GW Karapinar solar farm begins flowing into Turkish electric grid
  • Ethiopia approves financing for 100MW Assela wind farm
  • IEEFA: Ohio cancels permits for controversial Mountaineer storage facility
  • IEEFA op-ed: Major solar proposal can diversify economy and reduce power cost for Botswana
  • Korea’s KB Financial Group to stop coal plant financing
  • EIA: Coal’s share of U.S. electricity generation through July 2020 down to 17.9%
  • Leading oil trader Trafigura enters renewable energy sector
  • Siemens plans to have Bavarian green hydrogen project online by the end of 2021
  • Argentina’s 300MW Cauchari solar farm begins commercial operation
  • End of coal ‘opportunity for an entrepreneurial movement to rebuild’
  • CCS seen as ‘potential fix for fundamental unsustainability’ of fossil fuel industry
  • India’s NTPC takes a step away from coal, plans 32GW clean energy portfolio by 2032
  • Analysts see looming problems for gas-fired power plant financing
  • French oil major Total signs 3.3GW solar deal to power its European operations
  • Dutch asset manager Robeco to divest thermal coal, oil sands holdings by year’s end
  • S&P: Natural gas demand likely to fall 2.5 percent in North America over next 10 years
  • Siemens plans to build large green H2 plant in southern Germany
  • IEEFA: India should deepen its short-term power market to enhance price transparency and competitiveness IEEFA: India should deepen its short-term power market to enhance price transparency and competitiveness
  • IEEFA: Measuring and managing energy transition risk in the Philippines
  • International Finance Corporation tightens rules on coal plant financing
  • Entergy, Mitsubishi team up to boost hydrogen, battery storage in U.S. utility’s service territory
  • Developers say Polish solar market is set to expand quickly in coming decade
  • Battery storage costs expected to hit key cost reduction target by 2023—IHS Markit
  • Fed survey finds most oil and gas executives think U.S. oil production has peaked
  • Big Oil spent decades falsely claiming plastics easily recyclable
  • EVN payment for IPPs likely to rise above 60% in next three years
  • Green H2 picking up pace recently
  • China pledges to become carbon neutral by 2060
  • World Bank study sees potential for 10GW of offshore wind in Vietnam by 2030
  • Moody’s: State renewable standards in U.S. a driving force behind renewable energy transition
  • Swancor Renewable Energy to build 4.4GW of offshore wind capacity in Taiwan
  • Solar takes largest share as Maine regulators okay 546MW of new renewable energy projects
  • Private sector not ‘rushing’ to invest in Australian gas projects
  • Portugal, Netherlands sign agreement to develop green H2 supply chains
  • Rushed land deals, quick delivery send most Myanmar solar tenders to Chinese companies
  • Vietnamese plan offers opportunity to avoid fossil fuel trap
  • COVID-19 headwinds fail to suppress renewables appetite in India
  • IEEFA podcast Australia: Why Gas?
  • IEEFA U.S.: Ratepayers face risks with Project Tundra’s retrofit of aging N.D. coal-fired plant IEEFA U.S.: Ratepayers face risks with Project Tundra’s retrofit of aging N.D. coal-fired plant
  • IEEFA: These 7 auctions show India’s renewables sector is still primed for growth IEEFA: These 7 auctions show India’s renewables sector is still primed for growth
  • IEEFA report: Vietnam’s new power development plan must optimize renewables and avoid fossil fuel lock-in
  • IEEFA Vietnam: Áp lực tài chính với EVN gia tăng
  • GE to exit coal-fired power plant construction business
  • Upgraded 13MW GE Haliade-X turbine to be used at Dogger Bank offshore wind project
  • Iberdrola forms new business unit to focus on green hydrogen development
  • U.K., Dutch transmission operators looking to link countries’ electric systems via offshore wind farms
  • Engie begins construction of two solar projects in Burkina Faso
  • GE cuts coal-fired plants from portfolio, pledges focus on renewables
  • CEED: PHL coal focus causing electricity price spikes
  • Upstream industry focuses on cutting losses instead of growth
  • New India rules raise concern for country’s solar rooftop sector
  • Businesses hope to hold insurance industry accountable for climate change
  • Ohio River Valley petchem boom turns into petchem pause
  • IEEFA U.S.: Long-term contracts with American Municipal Power (AMP) saddle local communities with high prices
  • Shell launches restructuring effort to prepare for energy transition
  • Western Australian government seeks developers for 1.5GW renewable hydrogen project
  • Holes Bay energy storage project participates in U.K. grid balancing market for first time
  • Walmart sets 2040 net zero carbon emissions goal
  • Greece sets new records for renewable energy electricity generation
  • CIMB Group Holdings, indicates coal divestiture policy in the works
  • Wyoming needs to stop its tether to ‘beloved but clearly doomed King Coal’
  • BP, ExxonMobil, upstream, shale, drilling, market data show oil demand collapse
  • Struggling Alaska economy not likely to be lifted by rising oil prices
  • Rajasthan has ‘bright future as renewable energy leader in India’
  • China considering plans to speed clean energy transition
  • Latest quarterly results confirm financial failure of fracking industry
  • European transmission grid operator floats proposal for 12GW offshore wind hub
  • Australia plans $1.9B for renewables while continuing gas focus
  • France boosts renewable energy spending to a record €6 billion in 2021 budget
  • Hawaiian Electric seeks approval for 300MW of new solar, 2,000MWh of storage
  • Colorado utility selects solar plus storage project to replace Drake coal-fired power plant
  • IEEFA update: Dwindling odds of success for retrofit of New Mexico coal plant with carbon capture IEEFA update: Dwindling odds of success for retrofit of New Mexico coal plant with carbon capture
  • IEEFA India: Renewables-rich Rajasthan has potential to lead India’s energy transition IEEFA India: Renewables-rich Rajasthan has potential to lead India’s energy transition
  • Macquarie, Iberdrola form joint venture to develop 3.3GW of offshore wind in Japan
  • Australian regulator says country on track to hit 30% renewable energy in electric grid by year’s end
  • Coal-dependent Polish utility PGE commits to 100% zero emissions by 2050
  • Oil companies see climate change benefits, potential profits in hydrogen transition
  • Czech utility EPH to close 600MW coal plant in France two years early
  • Australian government “has backed a loser” in COVID gas plan
  • Biden LNG policy threatens to undercut Biden climate policy
  • Fight over TikTok may spill over into not-so-social LNG networks
  • IEEFA op-ed: When investors won’t back gas, why should taxpayers?
  • IEEFA op-ed: Last hopes for demand growth set to disappoint thermal coal exporters
  • BP aims for 20GW of renewable energy projects by 2025
  • South Africa moves forward with plan to build 6,800MW of new renewable energy capacity
  • Broad Reach Power begins construction on 200MW of battery storage in Texas
  • Reports paint gloomy financial picture of U.S. oil and gas sector
  • Frontier Energy launches three year, $10.8 million green hydrogen pilot project in Texas
  • Indian proposal threatens to discourage solar rooftop power
  • Nine of 10 Indonesian coal companies losing money
  • Australia, Germany agree to study requirements for Green H2
  • Indonesian government ought not bail out coal mining industry
  • IEEFA U.S.: Weakness of fracking accentuated by plunging cash flows during pandemic quarter IEEFA U.S.: Weakness of fracking accentuated by plunging cash flows during pandemic quarter
  • Europe’s electric grid can be 80% fossil free by 2030, industry trade group says
  • NextEra planning massive 500MW solar, 500MW storage project in Kansas
  • India’s Greenko Energy planning $1 billion investment into battery storage sector
  • China’s national oil company brings first offshore wind project into operation
  • Australia’s largest solar farm begins sending power to the grid
  • Morrison announces policies for “gas-led” pandemic recovery
  • Australian coal hubs offer potential to lead world in low-carbon industrialisation
  • Australia aluminum sector has potential to move to low-cost, zero-emission electricity
  • IEEFA Australia: Investing in renewable energy will repower aluminium and heavy industry sectors IEEFA Australia: Investing in renewable energy will repower aluminium and heavy industry sectors
  • IEEFA Indonesia: No bailout – only one listed coal company is profitable, the rest are in the red
  • BP energy outlook sees global fossil fuel demand falling for first time this year
  • 8minute Solar Energy signs contract for another major solar+storage project in California
  • Leading investor group pushes major emitters to back net zero emissions goal
  • Renewables top 25 percent of electricity supply on Australia’s main grid
  • New Jersey opens bidding for up to 2,400MW of additional offshore wind capacity
  • Investigation: Plastics industry knew recycling was dead end
  • Vietnam makes improvements to climate plan but expects increasing emissions over decade
  • Europe creates green stimulus projects as U.S. government fiddles
  • CIMB Group Holdings, indicates coal divestiture policy in the works
  • Retiring old coal plants could help India clean air, save money
  • Less than 1% of BLM land qualifies for solar development
  • ASEAN anticipates 250% increase in renewable share of power generation
  • Pakistan electricity plan will lock country into long-term financial burden
  • IEEFA U.S.: Long-term contracts with AMP are ‘financial disaster’ for Cleveland Public Power customers IEEFA U.S.: Long-term contracts with AMP are ‘financial disaster’ for Cleveland Public Power customers
  • Coal companies slashed asset values by almost $2 billion in Q2
  • Australia, Germany agree to study requirements for Green H2
  • States need to take responsibility for struggling power distribution companies
  • UniCredit, Italy’s largest bank, to cut all ties to coal industry by 2028
  • Tata Power CEO: Older coal plants in India should be closed, replaced with renewables
  • Greece plans $5.9 billion investment to fund transition away from coal power by 2028
  • Doosan Heavy, Korea National Oil to build 200MW floating offshore wind farm in South Korea
  • Vietnamese solar production soars, now almost 4% of country’s electricity supply
  • IEEFA: U.S. land agency is behind the times on utility-scale solar buildout rules
  • IEEFA U.S.: Georgia solar+hydro electricity output tops in-state coal generation during first half of 2020 IEEFA U.S.: Georgia solar+hydro electricity output tops in-state coal generation during first half of 2020
  • Shareholders make money even as companies suffer massive losses
  • Bottom line pushes energy companies to try curbing methane leaks
  • Natural gas pitched as cleaner, more flexible than coal
  • IEEFA U.S.: Capex cuts fail to stem gusher of red ink for Appalachian frackers IEEFA U.S.: Capex cuts fail to stem gusher of red ink for Appalachian frackers
  • BP buys into U.S. offshore wind market, inks $1.1 billion deal with Equinor
  • Wood Mackenzie sees $1 trillion renewable energy investment opportunity in Asia to 2030
  • Report finds Queensland’s newest coal plants are among least reliable in Australia
  • Europe’s installed floating offshore wind capacity could hit 7GW by 2030, trade group says
  • India’s NTPC planning to add 5GW of solar capacity in next two years
  • IEEFA India: How state governments can manage mounting power distribution sector debts IEEFA India: How state governments can manage mounting power distribution sector debts
  • Shunned by contractors, Adani starts its own railroad
  • N.D. carbon capture project is misguided, long shot to succeed
  • IEEFA: Southeast Asian banks need to reduce coal risks
  • South Korean president vows to close half of nation’s coal plants by 2034
  • Egypt in talks to export excess renewable energy to Europe, African neighbors
  • Neoen moving forward with largest wind, solar, storage hybrid project in Australia
  • India’s Andhra Pradesh state government readies 10GW tender for new solar capacity
  • Equinor teams up with JERA, J-Power to develop offshore wind projects in Japan
  • Portugal no longer drilling for oil and gas but still importing fuels
  • World’s largest metro could run off 100% clean energy by 2050
  • Japan’s Sumitomo Corp. exits U.S. shale gas industry
  • Vattenfall wants to close 1.6GW Moorburg coal plant in Germany
  • Leading investment firms push Texas regulators to crack down on natural gas flaring
  • Wind and solar generation in Australia’s main electricity market tops coal for first time
  • Poland planning to speed coal plant closures, replace capacity with nuclear and renewables
  • Pakistan risks massive glut of coal and gas power capacity
  • Australian economists remind federal government of financial perils of NT pipeline project
  • Bushfire season is reminder of externalities of fossil fuel burning
  • IEEFA: American vulture funds prepare to feast on Australia’s Bluewaters Coal Power Station
  • IEEFA: Grid scale battery costs have reached a tipping point IEEFA: Grid scale battery costs have reached a tipping point
  • Mitsubishi wins orders for hydrogen-compatible turbines at three planned U.S. gas-fired projects
  • Oil exploration company Pilot Energy proposes 1,100MW offshore wind farm in Western Australia
  • Financing complete for 900MW fifth phase of massive Dubai solar park
  • Wood Mackenzie: Annual U.S. battery storage installations will top 1GW in 2020
  • Apple to buy power from Danish wind turbine test site to power nearby data center
  • Fossil fuel companies pouring resources into plastics industry
  • Energy trends turning industry into Small Oil
  • IEEFA: Pakistan’s new 27-year power plan risks locking in long-term overcapacity, leaving imported coal and LNG plants stranded IEEFA: Pakistan’s new 27-year power plan risks locking in long-term overcapacity, leaving imported coal and LNG plants stranded
  • IEEFA report: In a deepening debt hole of $34 billion, Indonesia’s PLN must stop digging IEEFA report: In a deepening debt hole of $34 billion, Indonesia’s PLN must stop digging
  • Germany looks to add 40GW of new solar, wind capacity by 2025
  • Offshore wind giant Ørsted takes aim at U.S. solar, storage markets
  • Eos Energy Storage announces orders for 1.5GWh of battery projects in Texas, California
  • Australia on track to install 6.3GW of new renewable energy capacity in 2020
  • Enel completes work on 497MW Roadrunner solar project, largest in Texas
  • Even as renewables rise, India battles coal import addiction
  • Trump coal boasts could come back to haunt re-election bid
  • Pakistan power plan likely to prove boon only to stranded assets
  • Physics of climate change ‘just keeps going, hour after hour, day after day’
  • Global installed solar capacity tops wind for first time in latest BNEF data
  • Schlumberger exits shale sector, sells U.S. fracking assets to Liberty Oilfield Services
  • Despite declining subsidies, analysts expect Asia-Pacific renewable investment to continue climbing
  • Rising renewable generation in Australia undercutting economics of coal-fired power plants
  • Michigan utility DTE Energy to add 420MW of solar in next two years
  • Australian gas subsidies: So many giving so much to so few for so little
  • LNG industry outlook ‘is actually not that bad … demand can catch up’
  • Indonesia poised to overtake U.S. as biggest geothermal market
  • Total, Macquarie team up to build 2.3GW of offshore wind projects in South Korea
  • NextEra Energy to add 700MW of battery storage at existing California solar projects by end of 2022
  • Price for Indonesia’s benchmark coal falls to record low as global oversupply worsens
  • Rising rooftop solar output pushes demand on Western Australia’s grid to all-time low
  • Siemens wins turbine contract for 325MW wind farm in Texas
  • South Korean wind projects planned by Macquarie-Total partnership
  • Santos “expert” report on CSG project fails to reflect falling demand
  • Australian Actuaries Institute finds coal power costs $2.4 billion annually
  • Indian solar becoming cheaper but not yet comparable with Gulf region
  • African oil and gas may still be valuable enough to fund renewable boom
  • ExxonMobil dropped from Dow Jones Industrial Average
  • Investors pressure Samsung over potential investment in Vietnam coal-fired power project
  • CEA: 21GW of renewable generation capacity currently under construction across India
  • Fitch sees significant growth potential for green hydrogen in Asia-Pacific region
  • Australian pension fund Cbus targets carbon-heavy coal and gas investments
  • Green steel pilot project begins operating in Sweden
  • Post-subsidy era in Asia still holds promise for renewables
  • ‘Beginning of end’ for fossil fuel companies
  • Big Oil falling into same trap as Big Coal
  • IEEFA: Why India can’t match the Gulf region’s record-low solar tariffs
  • Renewable energy tops coal, nuclear for second spot in U.S. electricity market in Q2 2020
  • IEA: China, U.S. account for 50% of global wind capacity, 46% of solar
  • Indian state of Maharashtra says no to new thermal power plants, pushes renewables
  • California regulators approve 1.2GW of new battery storage capacity
  • Construction under way at South Korea’s largest hybrid wind, solar, storage project
  • New York’s ConEd pulling back on gas investments, saying they’re not the long-term solution
  • Wood Mackenzie: 2020s will be the ‘decade of hydrogen’
  • Record-low solar price of $13.16/MWh set in latest Portuguese capacity auction
  • Indian Railways to use its surplus land to install 20GW of new renewable energy capacity
  • South Korean brokerage firm Korea Investment & Securities to stop all coal business
  • Hurricane Laura not likely to affect stormy future for oil and gas industry
  • Falling costs of green hydrogen production make H2 economy possible
  • Texas solar boom continues with pair of utility-scale projects
  • Trump wants Arctic drilling but oil companies not so sure
  • Australian opens up 42 offshore areas in effort to boost gas industry
  • IEEFA Australia: COVID-19 Advisory Board wants government to subsidise failing gas industry
  • IEEFA U.S.: Abrupt shift to renewables at Indiana utility underscores a broader trend IEEFA U.S.: Abrupt shift to renewables at Indiana utility underscores a broader trend
  • Solar obtaining foothold in West Virginia coal country
  • Oil companies lose revenue while paying out billions in dividends
  • LNG exporters expand capacity even as demand falls sharply
  • Dow Jones shakeup leaves ExxonMobil out in the cold
  • Wood Mackenzie predicts green hydrogen costs to fall 64% by 2040
  • IEEFA Australia: The state of NSW should not sponsor a loss-making, wealth destroying industry IEEFA Australia: The state of NSW should not sponsor a loss-making, wealth destroying industry
  • IEEFA op-ed: Glenrock’s CO2 capture facility hopes are based on wishful thinking
  • Bangladesh power ministry seeking authority to cancel 13,000MW of proposed coal-fired capacity
  • Puerto Rico regulators back renewable energy transition, reject utility’s gas-heavy proposal
  • China’s Shanxi Coal plans big investment in solar cell manufacturing sector
  • Southeast Asian nations set region-wide renewable energy goal of 23 percent by 2025
  • Italy’s Saipem to build 450MW offshore wind farm in northern Adriatic Sea
  • LNG export industry proving to be economic, climate disaster
  • Meralco considers carve-out clause for coal under power purchase agreements
  • ‘Inflexible’ nuclear power won’t be economical for Malaya
  • IEEFA brief: Second quarter results show that shareholder dividends pushed oil supermajors deep into red IEEFA brief: Second quarter results show that shareholder dividends pushed oil supermajors deep into red
  • U.S. energy storage industry sets 100GW installation goal by 2030
  • Pending South Korea legislation could force halt to country’s coal plant export deals
  • Japanese utility JERA plans offshore wind project coupled with battery storage
  • Work begins on 1,000MW solar project in Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Poland looking to award 2.2GW of new renewable energy projects in 2021
  • Norwegian investor divests from fossil fuel, petrochemical giants
  • Renewable hydrogen deployment at risk
  • Supply for green hydrogen won’t be nearly enough to meet demand
  • Hydrogen demand surges but transportation costs loom large
  • IEEFA: 50 new green hydrogen projects show Europe, Australia, Asia are lead players but US$75 billion in costs and government inaction could create delays
  • Norway’s Storebrand divests ExxonMobil, Chevron stock due to climate inaction
  • Namibia, Botswana joining forces in effort to develop 5,000MW of solar generation
  • Largest onshore wind farm in Japan begins commercial operation
  • First floating offshore wind project off Wales moves step closer to development
  • Construction begins on world’s largest floating solar project in Singapore
  • Oil refiners face ‘adapt or die’ scenario in wake of pandemic
  • Refiners face ‘adapt or die’ scenario in wake of pandemic
  • Australia’s Suncorp to stop financing, insuring oil and gas industry by 2025
  • Report sees India’s reliance on thermal power dropping to 50% in 2021, 43% in 2026
  • Capital Dynamics, Tenaska join forces to develop 2GW of battery storage in California
  • Renewable generation sets new records on consecutive days in Australia’s main grid
  • AC Energy to build two 75MW solar projects in Philippines
  • Excess power capacity continues to plague Bangladesh
  • Australian gas-fired recovery falling flat so far
  • Senate exploring commercial possibilities of carbon capture in Wyoming
  • Risks of focus on plastics grows for oil and gas business
  • IHS Markit: Global energy storage market could top 15GW by 2025
  • Neoen moving forward with massive solar+wind+storage hybrid project in South Australia
  • LS Power brings world’s largest battery storage project online in California
  • Chinese renewable energy developer CTG buys into booming Spanish solar market
  • Egypt teams up with Vestas for 250MW wind farm in the Gulf of Suez
  • IEEFA U.S.: Utah bailout of bankrupt California coal-export project likely to fail IEEFA U.S.: Utah bailout of bankrupt California coal-export project likely to fail
  • Germany’s RWE raises $2.4 billion in new capital to fund renewable energy expansion efforts
  • Moody’s: Climate change poses rising risk to significant portion of U.S. nuclear fleet
  • India’s largest utility says additional coal imports unlikely this year due to lower demand, renewables
  • Largest solar farm in Western Australia reaches full commercial operation
  • GE, E-energija to build first subsidy-free wind farm in Lithuania
  • Petrochemicals may be another bad bet for the oil industry
  • U.S. utility executives hint at new round of coal plant retirements
  • Miner BHP confirms plans to exit thermal coal sector
  • Massive 1,200MW wind farm in Queensland, Australia moves a step closer to construction
  • Trader Danske Commodities signs PPA for 480MW of power from Dogger Bank wind farm
  • AES Gener plans 863MW wind-solar-storage project in Chile
  • Renewables likely to surpass coal for electricity generation in 2020
  • Australian giant announces plan to sell its thermal coal mines
  • Wyoming, MIT partner to consider alternatives for low-carbon future
  • Coal downturn goes beyond cyclical issues
  • Japan, Korea move ahead of China in phasing out fossil fuels
  • Philippines update: Meralco carve-out clause means power companies, investors, bear the risk of ignoring clean energy Philippines update: Meralco carve-out clause means power companies, investors, bear the risk of ignoring clean energy
  • Record 25.3GW of windpower capacity under construction across U.S.—AWEA
  • Experts see growing stranded asset threat for China’s continued coal plant financing
  • Breakthrough perovskite-based solar technology could hit the market by summer of 2021
  • Exports from Colombia’s Cerrejon coal mine down 26% in first half of 2020
  • Australia’s AGL Energy says battery storage can compete with gas peaker plants
  • RWE targeting renewables, hydrogen for future growth opportunities
  • South African water ruling could stall plans for future coal-fired power plants
  • UAE’s Masdar buys big stake in EDF Renewables’ U.S. renewable energy pipeline
  • Australia’s AGL Energy unveils plans for 500MW battery at Liddell coal plant
  • Total investment in ESG-oriented funds tops $1 trillion for first time—Morningstar
  • Botswana struggles to disentangle itself from coal dependence
  • CCS projects likely to become uneconomical because of market volatility
  • Activist shareholders move on from Whitehaven to Beach, Cooper
  • Petra Nova shutdown shows carbon capture business model is broken
  • Biden plan shows net-zero plan has gone mainstream
  • IEEFA U.S.: A bankruptcy exception that proves the solar success rule
  • IEEFA update: Another pipeline tripped up by failure to obtain a Clean Water Act approval
  • Wind and solar’s share of global electricity mix doubled in last five years—study
  • Australia’s AGL Energy planning to install 1,200MW of battery storage by 2024
  • EIA: Coal plants ‘uneconomical in most regions’
  • Latest deal pushes Vestas’ near-shore wind turbine pipeline in Vietnam above 1GW
  • Indiana utility looking for 1,300MW of renewables and battery storage to replace coal generation
  • Trump’s methane rule rollback sets up losses for Big Oil
  • Pandemic exposes weaknesses in troubled U.S. coal industry
  • Coronavirus pandemic exposes longstanding troubles of oil and gas business
  • Vistra considering 1,500MW/6,000MWh battery storage complex in California
  • Israel cuts plans for 4,860MW of new gas-fired power plants
  • U.K. industrial magnate pursues ‘green steel’ transition at South Australia’s Whyalla facility
  • North Carolina denies key water permit for planned southern extension of Mountain Valley Pipeline
  • Chad looking to build 200MW solar project near capital of N’djamena
  • Peabody $1.42 billion write-off shows coal mines have little value left
  • Japanese utilities see expansion opportunities in booming Texas electricity market
  • Facebook signs contracts for 806MW of new renewable energy in U.S., Ireland
  • Final testing under way at expanded Hornsdale big battery in Australia
  • Duke Energy takes $1.6 billion charge to account for cancelled Atlantic Coast gas pipeline project
  • BHP to pay $840 million to end Chilean coal power supply contracts early
  • Adani exporting power from coal-fired plant to Bangladesh instead of renewables
  • Petra Nova shutdown raises more questions about carbon capture future
  • Plunge in oil prices, COVID crisis set up oil and gas companies for future opportunities
  • Glencore plans massive production cut to curb global oversupply
  • Indian coal mining states express concern over Modi recovery policies
  • IEEFA U.S.: As oil and gas wane, Texas wind industry ascends IEEFA U.S.: As oil and gas wane, Texas wind industry ascends
  • IEEFA Report: BHP coal assets worth a billion less than just two years ago
  • New Pakistani energy plan aims for 30% renewable generation by 2030
  • Equinor taps new CEO, sets sights on quicker green energy transition
  • U.S. miner Contura Energy looks to accelerate exit from thermal coal market
  • Giant Borssele III&IV offshore wind farm begins sending first electricity into Dutch power grid
  • Bomen solar farm in Australia now fully operational
  • Adani continues talking up green revolution while Carmichael project continues
  • Green New Deal sets up fight over future power needs of nation’s largest city
  • Maharashtra has 9.7GW out of 22GW of renewables targeted by 2022
  • AES: Battery storage revenue at Fluence joint venture will top $3 billion annually by 2025
  • Adani Group CFO says company not interested in India’s coal mine auctions
  • S&P analysis shows planned power plant retirements threaten 25% of current U.S. coal production
  • Sembcorp completes 800MW of new wind power capacity in India
  • AP Solar announces second major solar project in Texas
  • Massive writedown of Powder River Basin mine ‘speaks volumes’ about coal business
  • IEEFA U.S.: Peabody’s $1.42 billion write-down concedes coal mines have little value and dim future IEEFA U.S.: Peabody’s $1.42 billion write-down concedes coal mines have little value and dim future
  • Energy transition prompts Peabody to write down value of largest U.S. coal mine by $1.42 billion
  • RWE, Mitsubishi to develop floating wind project off the Maine coast
  • Investor group launches template for money managers to use to reach net zero emissions by 2050
  • ExxonMobil warns of possible 20% writedown in oil and gas assets
  • Germany’s Bosch takes big step toward net zero with three new solar PPAs
  • U.S. Energy Department: Petro Nova had outages on 367 days since 2017
  • New acting director tabbed for troubled Puerto Rico power authority
  • RTC contract adds ‘golden chapter’ to Indian renewables story
  • Maharashtra burdened by reliance upon old coal-fired plants
  • IEEFA India: Retiring old thermal power first hurdle in reducing discom debt of well over Rs478,000 crore
  • Global offshore wind capacity could hit 234GW by 2030, industry group finds
  • Germany launches first tender in country’s coal power phaseout
  • Midwest utility Evergy proposes new renewable energy investments, faster coal plant closures
  • Shareholders to push Australia’s AGL Energy for quicker coal power exit plan
  • Ireland’s first renewable energy auction nets 1,275MW of wind and solar capacity
  • BP’s production cut doesn’t bother Wall Street
  • DAPL owners estimate North Dakota could lose $7.5 billion from shutdown
  • Texas CCS project fell short of carbon, EOR targets
  • Petra Nova project first of many CCS failures to come
  • BP announces plans to boost green energy spending, cut oil and gas production
  • India’s JSW Energy changes course, now aiming for renewable energy-based expansion
  • Total rooftop solar installations in Australia topped 2.5 million mark in July—Sunwiz
  • South Africa’s coal-dependent state utility seeking bids for first battery storage project
  • Greece awards contracts for 472MW of new wind power, including a new record-low bid
  • India’s first round-the clock renewable energy contract
  • Bangladesh plans to ‘review’ all but three of 29 planned coal plants
  • Freeport LNG seeks delay of fourth train amid pandemic, glut
  • IEEFA update: T&D agreement for Puerto Rico power grid sets off alarm bells
  • IEEFA U.S.: Mothballing of Petra Nova carbon capture project shows likely fate of other coal-fired CCS initiatives IEEFA U.S.: Mothballing of Petra Nova carbon capture project shows likely fate of other coal-fired CCS initiatives
  • Global coal-fired generating capacity declined for first time in first half of 2020
  • Korea’s Hanwha Securities to stop financing Adani’s coal projects in Australia
  • New Hampshire utility cancels planned Granite Bridge gas pipeline
  • Estonia, Latvia agree to jointly develop 1GW offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea
  • Siemens Gamesa wins contract for fifth wind farm off the Vietnamese coastline
  • Southeast Asian nations pulling out of coal, putting pressure on China
  • PREPA director resigns amid problems with services, contracts, operation
  • Pandemic accelerated but didn’t cause financial woes for oil industry
  • History of Murray Energy’s long, fast fall into bankruptcy
  • Doosan plans South Korea’s first locally built large gas turbine for 2023
  • Pandemic accelerates move from coal everywhere except China
  • More coal generators closed than were commissioned during first half of 2020
  • Ohio legislators: Anything less than full repeal of HB 6 fails to address slow renewable growth
  • IEEFA Energy Finance Conference 2020 roundup: Local leadership, global change IEEFA Energy Finance Conference 2020 roundup: Local leadership, global change
  • Bangladesh taking second look at 28GW of planned coal-fired generating capacity
  • AES: Global solar investment could total $613 billion from 2021-2025
  • EDF Renewables, NV Energy announce major new solar+storage project in Nevada
  • MHI, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners team up to develop offshore wind projects in Japan
  • California utility PG&E, Tesla begin construction on 182.5MW/730MWh battery storage project
  • Shell, Eneco to build 759MW, subsidy-free hybrid offshore wind project in the Netherlands
  • Australian electric market operator sees no need for new gas in renewable energy transition
  • Total takes $8.1 billion charge largely due to Canadian oil sands investments
  • New Mexico regulators approve all-renewable replacement power option for San Juan coal plant
  • Credit Suisse plans $328 billion of sustainable financing, tightens fossil fuel lending rules
  • IEEFA report: China unlikely to come to rescue of overbuilt U.S. LNG industry IEEFA report: China unlikely to come to rescue of overbuilt U.S. LNG industry
  • U.K.’s biggest pension fund to divest from fossil fuels
  • Data center in Nevada to host world’s largest customer-sited solar-plus-storage project
  • Thai firm to build 600MW wind farm in Laos, send power to Vietnam
  • Spain’s Iberdrola moving forward with Europe’s first large-scale green hydrogen project
  • San Antonio’s city-owned utility looking for 900MW of solar, 50MW of battery storage
  • Analysts, industry officials see bright outlook for renewable energy
  • Polish government planning first steps in country’s transition away from coal dependence
  • Vietnam may cancel 17.1GW of planned coal-fired power projects, push renewables and gas
  • Morgan Stanley: Green hydrogen could be economically competitive by 2023
  • Merredin solar farm, largest in Western Australia, begins sending power to the grid
  • IEEFA Africa: Botswana plans more coal-fired power as African solar accelerates
  • Deutsche Bank to stop global coal mining business activities by 2025, also halt oil sands funding
  • NextEra Energy planning its first green hydrogen project
  • Largest floating wind project now operational off the Portuguese coast
  • Multi-national consortium wins bid to build 2GW solar farm in Abu Dhabi at record-low price
  • Poland’s PKN Orlen moving forward with planned 1.2GW offshore wind farm in Baltic Sea
  • Trump’s promises about saving fossil fuel industry prove to be illusive
  • IEEFA Energy Finance Conference 2020: Coal, LNG, petrochemical sectors face poor outlook and uphill battle for investors IEEFA Energy Finance Conference 2020: Coal, LNG, petrochemical sectors face poor outlook and uphill battle for investors
  • RenewableUK: Global offshore wind pipeline now totals 159GW
  • Solar growth in Australia seriously undercutting coal generators’ economic competitiveness
  • Zurich Insurance pulls out of Trans Mountain pipeline project
  • Japanese firms win contract for $2 billion, 1,250MW LNG-fired power plant in Myanmar
  • Sol Systems, Microsoft partner on 500MW of community-based solar projects
  • House committee begins investigation of Puerto Rico electric power authority
  • Ohio lawmakers mull repeal of scandal-tied nuclear bailout bill
  • Democrats pushing initiative to revive U.S. coal country
  • Demand, grid tariffs driving Indian business users to rooftop solar
  • IEEFA: Despite the talk, Shell and Total are still investing much more in fossil fuels than renewables IEEFA: Despite the talk, Shell and Total are still investing much more in fossil fuels than renewables
  • IEEFA update: Australia sponsors a failing gas industry
  • IEEFA report: Powering up sunshine – how India’s commercial and industrial sector can drive rooftop solar power IEEFA report: Powering up sunshine – how India’s commercial and industrial sector can drive rooftop solar power
  • Massive Ohio corruption scandal imperils nuclear power prospects
  • IEA: Methane emissions are ‘Achilles heel’ of gas industry
  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners planning 3.5GW offshore wind project in Vietnam
  • Despite pledges, oil giants continue investing most capital on fossil fuels
  • New Zealand firms join forces in country’s largest corporate renewable energy supply deal
  • Policy emphasizing imported coal and LNG sets Bangladesh up for trouble
  • New Mexico proposes strict new limits on methane emissions from oil and gas producers
  • Second quarter results for oil and gas majors will be ‘brutal and ugly’
  • Swiss company NEK to build 1,000MW of wind capacity in Ghana
  • New York issues solicitation for 4GW of renewable energy generation
  • IEEFA U.S.: Follow the money, and repeal FirstEnergy’s Ohio bailout IEEFA U.S.: Follow the money, and repeal FirstEnergy’s Ohio bailout
  • Execs cashing out in coal bankruptcies, leaving taxpayers with cleanup costs
  • Japanese policy shift to renewables likely to play out over period of years
  • Vietnam taking lead in promoting renewable policies in Southeast Asia
  • Renewables topped fossil fuels in EU electricity generation for first time through June 2020
  • Scotland’s SSE looking to join ranks of world’s largest wind power developers
  • Australian company planning to build 50MW 24/7 solar project in Queensland
  • Morgan Stanley commits to tracking climate impact of its lending activities
  • Enel Green Power starts construction of 146MW solar-plus-storage project in Texas
  • IEEFA Energy Finance Conference 2020 roundup: week one (July 14‑16)
  • IEEFA Australia: Renewables or gas – which will we choose?
  • Pandemic, markets cast doubt on future of plastics megaprojects
  • Santos takes A$1.13 billion writedown as pandemic oil and gas crisis hits
  • Indian OSOWOG vision has potential to change electricity trades
  • Sweden’s Vattenfall takes $1 billion charge to account for falling value of Moorburg coal plant in Germany
  • India banking on coal for pandemic economic recovery
  • Excess coal supply likely to lead to higher electricity prices for Filipino consumers
  • Nevada’s NV Energy says transmission, solar-plus-storage to play key role in new resource plan
  • Chinese government using coal-fired projects to stimulate coronavirus-stricken economy
  • German developer BayWa re to build Poland’s first subsidy-free solar project
  • Wall Street running out of patience with fracking as coronavirus makes bad situation worse
  • NHPC, GEDCOL join forces to develop 500MW of floating solar in Indian state of Odisha
  • S&P: U.S. coal exports down 29% through May 2020 compared to 2019
  • India’s government-owned EESL planning major distributed solar joint venture with Shell
  • California municipal utility endorses plan to be carbon neutral by 2030
  • AC Energy to develop its first solar project in India
  • Indiana utility Nipsco signs with NextEra for 300MW of solar capacity in coal-free drive
  • Solar stands to push aside 70 percent of daytime coal-fired generation in Texas by 2022
  • Anticipating declines in value, coal investors increasingly look to shed assets
  • Largest oil and gas exploration firm in California files Chapter 11, taxpayers potentially on hook for cleanup
  • Shell’s big bet on floating LNG may not pan out
  • New Jersey moving forward with plans to build 7,500MW of offshore wind by 2035
  • Solar-plus-storage beats fossil energy in bidding for new Israeli electric generation
  • Tata Power unit wins bid to build 225MW hybrid wind-solar project in India
  • EU initiative to test growing seaweed at existing offshore wind farm
  • Solar surpassing Texas coal, soon likely to replace it
  • Utilities that went on natural gas binge now trying to reconcile purchases with climate goals
  • IEEFA update: ‘One Sun, One World, One Grid’ brings opportunities and challenges
  • Planned petrochemical project in Ohio may be on the ropes with departure of South Korean partner
  • Joint venture to build 500MW of wind and solar capacity in Bangladesh by 2023
  • Moody’s: U.S. utility sector coal consumption could fall more than 30% in 2020
  • IHS Markit says green hydrogen will be cost competitive by 2030
  • Xcel gets Minnesota okay to run two coal units part time to save consumers money
  • Utility-scale solar taking over in Texas, increasing vulnerability of coal-fired plants
  • Laos adding coal ventures in hopes of securing steady electricity supply
  • Major oil companies using “net-zero” pledges to mislead public, investors
  • Ohio Valley ethane cracker project suffers blow from Daelim withdrawal
  • Wollongong pushes ahead with plans to mine underneath Sydney water even as it requests ASX delisting
  • IEEFA U.S: NTEC acquisition of aging Four Corners coal plant would constitute ‘another expensive mistake’ IEEFA U.S: NTEC acquisition of aging Four Corners coal plant would constitute ‘another expensive mistake’
  • Coal India’s valuation eroding under climate transition risk Coal India’s valuation eroding under climate transition risk
  • EDP to close two coal plants, convert a third to gas, in Portugal, Spain in 2021
  • Global floating offshore wind potential could reach 70GW by 2040—report
  • Global LNG woes force Australia’s Origin Energy to take $1.2 billion write-down
  • India’s Renew Power looks to double installed green power portfolio to 20GW in five years
  • Armenia secures financing for country’s first utility-scale solar project
  • Preemie risks higher closer to natural gas flaring sites
  • Navajo Nation talks to buy Remington Arms may just be latest in potential bad investments
  • Instability, high prices result of mistaken “lock-in” of fossil fuels for Southeast Asian customers
  • Opposition building to southeast New Mexico pipeline planned during Permian boom times
  • IEEFA update: Is Bangladesh’s government turning away from coal?
  • IEEFA U.S.: Solar will push much of remaining Texas coal fleet offline IEEFA U.S.: Solar will push much of remaining Texas coal fleet offline
  • IEEFA update: How meaningful are some estimates for India’s coal consumption data? IEEFA update: How meaningful are some estimates for India’s coal consumption data?
  • Offshore wind projects push global first half renewable energy investment up 5% to $132 billion
  • Tesco signs largest solar power purchase agreement in Malaysia
  • Biggest wind farm in Western Australia begins sending power to the grid
  • Indian Railways moving toward a solar-powered future
  • French developer sees opportunity in using U.S. coal plant transmission infrastructure for solar projects
  • Gas bubble worsens with “increasingly sophisticated and effective” protests
  • Floating solar plants could generate 900% more electricity across Asia-Pacific
  • Media Alert: IEEFA to hold Energy Finance Conference 2020 online (July 14-30)
  • Atlantic Coast, Keystone XL, Dakota Access — for pipeline companies, winning ain’t what it used to be
  • ESG issues played key role in Dominion’s decision to get out of the gas business—CEO
  • Debt woes threaten Australia’s newest coal-fired power plant
  • Shell chairman says oil major will soon be seen ‘as more of a power company’
  • GE to build 500MW pumped hydro storage project at Australian renewable energy hub
  • Duke’s Florida utility looks to add 750MW of new solar in the state by 2024
  • Bangladesh power surplus proving to be burden on nation’s treasury, population
  • Bonuses for top fracking execs, cleanup costs and climate havoc for everyone else
  • Bangladesh considering limits on coal-fired power development
  • UN secretary general calls for end to coal plant financing, shift to clean energy
  • Iberdrola secures $903 million financing package for new renewable energy projects in Spain
  • Australia’s New South Wales set for ‘biggest and quickest’ transition from coal to renewables
  • Enel teams up with Norwegian Investment Fund to develop renewable energy projects in India
  • Vietnam’s state-run oil company looks for growth developing solar and wind projects
  • DOE approves LNG exports from proposed Jordan Cove terminal on West Coast
  • Statistical Review may be overstating Indian coal consumption figures
  • Japan says it will tighten rules for overseas coal plant financing
  • Australia’s second-largest retirement fund is divesting from thermal coal
  • EU releases plan for sharp increase in green hydrogen production capacity by 2030
  • Japan looks to build 10GW of offshore wind by 2030
  • Capital Dynamics, Tenaska to jointly develop 4.8GW of solar in U.S. Southeast, Midwest
  • Puerto Rico’s LUMA T&D deal still has “many kinks” to iron out
  • IEEFA update: Three major pipeline projects are scrapped in short order
  • U.S. Air Products & Chemicals announces 4GW green hydrogen project with Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power
  • Renewables offer coal-dependent European countries a low-cost transition option—BNEF
  • PacifiCorp issues RFP for 4,338MW of new renewable energy, battery storage capacity
  • Ørsted signs world’s largest corporate renewable PPA with Taiwan’s TSMC
  • EIA: 2020 U.S. coal production will fall to 501 million tons, 29% drop from 2019
  • Almost three years after Maria, Puerto Rico grid still struggling to recover
  • More than 5,000 fossil fuel companies got $3B in bailout funds
  • IEEFA Australia: Dubbo’s new renewables zone shows the path away from fossil fuels
  • Gas pipeline setbacks pushing U.S. utilities to embrace renewables, analysts say
  • Financing for global LNG projects becoming hard to find—report
  • S&P: U.S. utility-scale solar installations surged in first quarter to almost 2GW
  • German transmission operator 50Hertz begins planning for 100% renewable energy grid
  • Australia’s FIRB clears Iberdrola’s takeover bid for Infigen Energy
  • Week sees trifecta of bad news for pipeline business
  • Filipino power spike might lead to increased residential solar
  • NSW farmers worry Vickery expansion poses major water, land risks
  • Scrapping of Atlantic Coast Pipeline Celebrated in Northern Virginia
  • Southeast utilities cancel Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Dominion also selling gas business
  • CDC Group, U.K.’s overseas development bank, to end fossil fuel financing
  • U.K. approves Vattenfall’s plans for 1.8GW Norfolk Vanguard offshore wind farm
  • Court scraps permit, orders closure of Dakota Access Pipeline pending full environmental review
  • Spanish firm Elecnor to build 185MW wind farm in Chile
  • Japan reportedly to close as many as 100 coal plants within 10 years
  • Even after passing coal, utilities reluctant to rely too heavily upon renewables
  • String of legal defeats highlight risks of pipeline projects
  • Renewable investments vary across globe with gaps still to fill
  • Australian plans for carbon capture and storage are a poor financial idea
  • Puerto Rico economy needs major overhaul before future outlook improves
  • Natural gas no longer assumed to be transition fuel to renewables
  • Indonesian miners agree to cut domestic production by 50 million tons
  • Bangladesh government refusing to shut down rental power plants
  • Planet may have reached peak coal as renewable capacity grows quickly
  • IEEFA update: No foreign players will bid in India’s auction of coal blocks IEEFA update: No foreign players will bid in India’s auction of coal blocks
  • Pandemic pushes investors deeper into renewables as fossil fuels run out of steam
  • Questions raised about Trump administration’s sunny gas and plastics forecast
  • Japan considering plan to close 100 older, inefficient coal plants by 2030
  • Arizona utility APS to rely on battery storage, solar to enable 2031 exit from coal generation
  • Renewables supplied 55.8% of Germany’s electricity generation in the first half of 2020
  • Asia’s offshore wind capacity growth seen hitting 9GW annually by 2030
  • Despite Supreme Court blow, battle continues against Atlantic Coast Pipeline
  • Sign of the transition: Market capitalization of Tesla tops that of ExxonMobil
  • IEEFA update: Problems mount for PTTGCA petrochemical plant IEEFA update: Problems mount for PTTGCA petrochemical plant
  • IEEFA Australia: Carbon capture and storage is a poor investment
  • IEEFA U.S.: Utilities are now skipping the gas ‘bridge’ in transition from coal to renewables IEEFA U.S.: Utilities are now skipping the gas ‘bridge’ in transition from coal to renewables
  • IEEFA update: Southeast Asian nations face a simple choice – lock in costly coal or invest in renewables
  • Moody’s: Decline of coal in U.S. electric generating sector ‘seems to be accelerating’
  • Germany’s RWE, E.ON complete asset swap, RWE Renewables now a leading global green energy firm
  • Latest solar auction in India gets record-low price, strong interest from foreign companies
  • Final testing under way at expanded Hornsdale Power Reserve in South Australia
  • U.S. corporations benefitting from PREPA rebuilding, but is Puerto Rico?
  • Outages provide power for contractors winning billions from Puerto Rican utility
  • Department of Energy insists Ohio River Valley gas production will grow for decades
  • Decade of losses may finally be catching up with shale industry
  • Sumatra hydropower investors discouraged by PLN power cap
  • IEEFA report: Volts from the blue – floating solar to generate 900% more electricity across Asia-Pacific IEEFA report: Volts from the blue – floating solar to generate 900% more electricity across Asia-Pacific
  • Vietnam backs plans to develop nearly 7,000MW of new wind power
  • Florida utilities agree to close 848MW unit at Plant Scherer, U.S.’ largest coal-fired generator
  • Coal generation in Australia drops below 70% of national electricity market for first time
  • U.S. groups push economic transition plan for coal miners, coalfield communities
  • EDF teams up with Octo Energy to develop solar-plus-storage projects in U.K.
  • Downside of oil market collapse provides upside for renewable energy
  • Renewable investments vary across globe with gaps still to fill
  • Utilities in western U.S. announce coal plant closures, new renewable energy investments
  • Transition away from coal speeding up in Spain
  • U.S. shale pioneer Chesapeake Energy files for bankruptcy
  • NTT, Japanese telecom giant, planning $9.3 billion investment in green energy, transmission assets
  • Fitch Solutions: Global installed solar capacity will climb 125% in next 10 years
  • Keystone XL pipeline push continues in middle of coronavirus pandemic
  • Increased coal, ignored renewables help fuel Pakistan’s economic downturn
  • IEEFA report: New coal power plants locking Pakistan into too much supply and unsustainable capacity payments IEEFA report: New coal power plants locking Pakistan into too much supply and unsustainable capacity payments
  • IEEFA: Tough times ahead for Indonesian coal producers as China and India demand drops
  • Japanese businesses push government to accelerate shift to renewable energy
  • HESTA, major Australian retirement fund, completes divestment from thermal coal
  • EIA: U.S. renewable generation topped coal, nuclear for second straight month in April
  • India’s NTPC tapped to help Mali develop 500MW solar park
  • Renewables supplied record-setting 47% of U.K.’s electricity generation in first quarter
  • IEEFA update: Frackers record positive free cash flow during Q1, no thanks to economics of gas industry IEEFA update: Frackers record positive free cash flow during Q1, no thanks to economics of gas industry
  • NSW’s bullish coal export plan defies the global market realities
  • IRENA’s La Camera touts renewables as cleanest, most resilient means of power production
  • Andhra Pradesh state government approves 2,750MW solar+wind+pumped hydro project
  • Wood Mackenzie: Current economic downturn will speed decline in solar power costs
  • Massive solar plus battery storage project moves into construction phase in Australia
  • U.S.’ largest battery storage system begins operation in California, much more in the pipeline
  • IEEFA report: Pandemic, price collapse may be final straw that sends Argentina’s ailing “Dead Cow” to slaughter IEEFA report: Pandemic, price collapse may be final straw that sends Argentina’s ailing “Dead Cow” to slaughter
  • Informe de IEEFA: El colapso de los precios provocado por la pandemia podría ser la gota que rebalse el vaso y termine definitivamente con la debilitada «gallina de los huevos de oro» de Argentina Informe de IEEFA: El colapso de los precios provocado por la pandemia podría ser la gota que rebalse el vaso y termine definitivamente con la debilitada «gallina de los huevos de oro» de Argentina
  • IEEFA Philippines: Reshaping the power market by moving towards renewables and energy resilience by 2021
  • Poland emerging as major growth market for renewable energy
  • BHP to sell its Mt. Arthur thermal coal mine in Australia
  • S&P analysis sees more early retirements coming for U.S. coal-fired power plants
  • Developers express overwhelming interest in planned renewable energy zone in Australia’s New South Wales
  • Japan launches its first auction for a floating offshore wind farm
  • Investor groups broaden efforts to force companies to reflect climate risks in financial statements
  • Iberdrola continues green energy investment binge, buys options for 9GW of Swedish offshore wind
  • Deloitte: About 30% of U.S. shale operators are ‘technically insolvent’
  • Danish government approves plans for massive offshore wind build-out by 2030
  • Ncondezi Energy delays planned 300MW coal plant in Mozambique
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: FERC orders New Fortress Energy to explain lack of permission for San Juan LNG facility IEEFA Puerto Rico: FERC orders New Fortress Energy to explain lack of permission for San Juan LNG facility
  • IEEFA Australia: Coal lobbyists claim commitment to Paris Agreement targets, five years after their members did
  • Investor pressure mounting to push changes in Mizuho’s coal plant lending policies
  • France’s ADEME, Japan’s JERA team up to develop 2GW of floating offshore wind capacity
  • Amazon signs biggest corporate solar PPA in Australia with developer Canadian Solar
  • State government in India’s Uttar Pradesh backs plans for 2GW ‘ultra-mega’ renewable energy park
  • Mediterranean’s first floating offshore wind farm to be located off Sicily
  • Modi claims private coal mining to boost India’s energy security
  • New Mexico-Permian partnership aims to curb gas flaring waste
  • Moody’s: U.S. coal consumption to drop below 500 million tons in 2020, outlook remains bleak
  • Lockdown easing does little to stem loss of Indian demand for power generation
  • Queensland mining companies shutting down from low prices, decreased demand
  • Another insurance company walks away from Adani’s Carmichael coal mine project in Australia
  • Wood Mackenzie expects 6.9GW of new wind capacity through 2029 in Mexico, Central America, Caribbean
  • U.S. installs 2,617MW of wind power in first quarter, additional 13,383MW under construction
  • Bangladesh turns to China for help with its solar development plans
  • IEEFA: Renewable energy is making inroads across Africa
  • Controversial Jordan Cove LNG plant gets support from obscure organization
  • IEEFA update: Improving power sector resilience and price stability in Bangladesh
  • IEA charts three year, $3 trillion path for a green global recovery
  • BP statistical review shows coal’s 2019 share of global energy mix at lowest level in 16 years
  • GE looks to 3D printing to build next generation of taller, less costly wind turbines
  • Research institute CSIRO says rooftop solar in Australia could rise to nearly 60GW by 2050
  • Analysts see uncertain future for expected second wave of investment in U.S. LNG export projects
  • Goldman Sachs sees $16 trillion investment opportunity in renewable energy through 2030
  • Platte River utility to close Rawhide coal plant in Colorado 16 years early in green transition
  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners launches major renewable energy infrastructure fund
  • Fluence rolls out latest battery storage product, with signed orders for 800MW
  • Utility SSE confirms plans to build 443MW Viking project, U.K.’s largest onshore wind farm
  • Experts advise against construction of Ohio plastics, petrochemicals plant
  • ‘Byzantine’ management process leaves solar in the shade on federal lands
  • Renewables may help Indian current account deficit, curb imported inflation
  • IEEFA report: Utility-scale solar remains off-limits on most of more than 100 million federally-owned acres across solar-rich Southwest U.S. IEEFA report: Utility-scale solar remains off-limits on most of more than 100 million federally-owned acres across solar-rich Southwest U.S.
  • IEA: Renewable energy generation rose during pandemic’s onset, while coal cratered
  • U.S. shale pioneer Chesapeake Energy likely to file for bankruptcy soon, sources say
  • Another coal plant in Spain headed for retirement
  • State mandates to drive 12.5GW of new wind, solar capacity in New England region by 2030—S&P
  • Indiana utility Vectren charts quick transition away from coal to renewable generation
  • Texas Railroad Commission under fire for failure to curb flaring
  • Weakening rupiah leads to $2.8B loss in first quarter
  • Bangladesh budget offers little help for renewable energy sector
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: Washington and San Juan hid from the public actual spending on electric power system IEEFA Puerto Rico: Washington and San Juan hid from the public actual spending on electric power system
  • Carbon capturing technologies will require large public subsidies
  • Électricité de France sees growth opportunities in India’s renewable energy transition
  • BP to write down oil and gas assets, expects quicker ‘transition to a lower carbon economy’
  • Report points to flaring issues, lack of control on Texas gas waste
  • Morningstar analysis shows green investments outperforming traditional funds
  • Ohio River governors face ‘squandering’ hundreds of millions on plant
  • U.S. corporations signed contracts for a record 4.4GW of wind power capacity in 2019—AWEA
  • Construction expected to begin on 700MW offshore Japanese wind farm in 2021
  • Coronavirus risks aren’t only potential dangers for Shell Pennsylvania plastics complex
  • PTT, Daelim announce completion of demolition work at cracker plant site
  • IEEFA update: Here’s why the Texas Railroad Commission should regulate flaring in the oil fields
  • IEEFA India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s new ‘One Sun One World One Grid’ vision positive
  • Enel head of global power generation says company’s coal exit will happen faster than expected
  • Scotland moving forward with new offshore wind leasing program to power green energy transition
  • Developer EQM Midstream says Mountain Valley Pipeline will cost more, take longer
  • Norway looks to tap into export markets with 4.5GW of potential offshore wind development
  • Clearway Energy completes work on 419MW Mesquite Star wind farm in Texas
  • Texas producers wasted $749.9 million by flaring gas
  • Weak transmission and distribution systems hamper expanded Bangladeshi generation capacity
  • New Mexico Faces Uphill Battle in Shedding Coal Dependence
  • Big Australian batteries have potential to become much bigger
  • Waste heat recovery offers possible solution to weaning Poland from environmental and economic costs of coal
  • Philippine energy transition scaling up rapidly
  • Australian coal exports to South Korea plunged by double digits in Q1
  • IEEFA report: Texas oil producers burned through $749.9 million flaring gas in 2018 IEEFA report: Texas oil producers burned through $749.9 million flaring gas in 2018
  • IEEFA: How aluminium smelters can help decarbonise Australia’s industrial economy
  • Report shows 184GW of renewable energy installed globally in 2019, a new record
  • German government outlines $10 billion plan to boost green hydrogen
  • Wood Mackenzie: U.S. utility-scale solar installations projected to hit a record 14.4GW in 2020
  • Ratings agency sees 15GW of hybrid wind-solar projects coming online in India by 2024
  • Poland’s state-run oil and gas company planning $1 billion renewable energy investment
  • Even as momentum grows, renewable adoptions lag targets
  • Coronavirus may be one-time boost for single-use plastics lobbyists
  • Pandemic sending South African coal industry to earlier grave
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: Utility PREPA gave unfair advantage to NFE in awarding $1.5-billion power plant contract IEEFA Puerto Rico: Utility PREPA gave unfair advantage to NFE in awarding $1.5-billion power plant contract
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: la AEE le brindó una ventaja injusta a NFE al adjudicar un contrato de generación de energía por $1,500 millones IEEFA Puerto Rico: la AEE le brindó una ventaja injusta a NFE al adjudicar un contrato de generación de energía por $1,500 millones
  • IEEFA Europe: Recovered waste heat a cost-effective source of clean energy IEEFA Europe: Recovered waste heat a cost-effective source of clean energy
  • Odzyskane ciepło odpadowe z polskiego lokalnego przemysłu może zapewnić opłacalne źródło czystego ogrzewania, zastępując elektrociepłownie węglowe i zmniejszając ryzyka inwestycyjne Odzyskane ciepło odpadowe z polskiego lokalnego przemysłu może zapewnić opłacalne źródło czystego ogrzewania, zastępując elektrociepłownie węglowe i zmniejszając ryzyka inwestycyjne
  • IEEFA update: One of NSW’s major coal customers is going through transition pains
  • IEEFA webinar: Financial risks of carbon capture for coal-fired power plants, June 17th at 1 p.m. ET
  • EIA: 2020 U.S. coal production to total 530 million tons, down 25% from prior year
  • New study finds U.S. grid can be 90% clean by 2035, and cost less too
  • Germany’s RWE, Thyssenkrupp join forces in carbon-neutral steel initiative
  • UAE’s Masdar to build 500MW wind farm in Uzbekistan
  • France’s Neoen to build big battery storage unit in Finland, will enable greater wind generation
  • Puerto Rican government gave unfair advantage to company landing first major post-Maria power project
  • Britain goes coal-free for power generation for two months, a new record
  • ‘Sorry state’ of Bangladesh power sector calls for increased investment in renewables
  • Mounting evidence that going green keeps investments from falling into red
  • Reliable, safe electricity key to lifting Indian economy
  • IEEFA India: Investment trends in renewable energy 2019/20 IEEFA India: Investment trends in renewable energy 2019/20
  • IEEFA Update: The markets won’t respond to Australia’s proposed “gas-fired recovery”
  • IEEFA op-ed: The Philippines considers a power sector future without new coal
  • Tokyo Electric to invest $18 billion in renewable energy over the next 10 years
  • Adani unit wins bid to build 8GW of solar capacity in India, including 2GW mega-project
  • Britain closing in on second straight month without any coal-fired generation in its electricity mix
  • South Carolina utilities seeking bids for 500MW of new solar generation capacity
  • Illinois co-op says closing 170MW unit at Marion coal plant will save $125 million over 10 years
  • Adani Green Energy captures world’s largest solar award
  • Cost of solar power generation will approach zero in sunny regions by 2030-40
  • Double-digit solar deflation likely to continue through decade
  • Saudis, not Trump, control fate of fracking industry
  • IEEFA: Renewables continue to break records despite COVID-19 IEEFA: Renewables continue to break records despite COVID-19
  • IEEFA webinar: Financing a greener European heating sector, June 10 at 4 p.m. CEST/3 p.m. BST/ 10 a.m. ET
  • Rystad: Offshore Europe, wind investment likely to top oil and gas spending by 2022
  • Maharashtra delays plans for 1,320MW coal plant expansion near Indian city of Nagpur
  • Top Australian climate scientist says planet is ‘deep into the trajectory towards collapse’ of society
  • Invenergy to build 340MW wind farm in New York, state’s largest to date
  • Italian regulators okay Enel plan to close 605MW coal-fired unit at Brindisi plant
  • Massachusetts may become third state to begin planning for transition away from gas heating
  • Activists say South Korean Green New Deal focused on jobs, not climate
  • Vattenfall to build 1.5GW, subsidy-free offshore wind farm, world’s largest, in North Sea
  • Italian oil major Eni to restructure, creating ‘energy evolution’ unit to push green transition
  • Minnesota board votes to divest thermal coal holdings from state’s public pension funds
  • Fluence says batteries are a quicker, cheaper solution for Australian transmission constraints
  • Tudor, Pickering, leading shale investment firm, looking to move into clean energy
  • Israel releases plan to install 15GW of new solar capacity by 2030
  • Wood Mackenzie: Battery storage will turn Europe’s gas peakers into stranded assets by 2030
  • Conversion of 1,800MW Intermountain coal plant in Utah to 840MW gas-hydrogen facility moving forward
  • Romania looking to build first offshore wind farms in the Black Sea
  • Oil major Total buys controlling stake in 1,140MW Scottish offshore wind farm
  • IEEFA report: Financial risks loom for Shell’s Pennsylvania petrochemicals complex IEEFA report: Financial risks loom for Shell’s Pennsylvania petrochemicals complex
  • IEEFA podcast: Banking on oil, gas and petrochemicals is a defensive strategy unlikely to work
  • IEEFA: Australia’s gas industry was already failing before COVID-19
  • Why are corporate giants pulling out of thermal coal?
  • German government pushes plan for 40GW of offshore wind capacity by 2040
  • Poland’s largest utility talking about long-term coal phaseout, green energy transition
  • U.K. electricity grid goes coal-free for first month since Industrial Revolution
  • Spain’s Iberdrola to invest $4.5 billion in next four years in French renewable energy projects
  • First electricity from 530MW Stockyard Hill wind farm begins flowing into Australian grid
  • IEEFA report: Question time for KEPCO’s board IEEFA report: Question time for KEPCO’s board
  • U.S. coal consumption ‘will be crushed in 2020’—Moody’s
  • Australian insurer QBE completes divestment from thermal coal sector
  • Irena: Energy transition at a ‘turning point’ as renewables undercut fossil fuel generation costs
  • Developers begin work on 500MW, $2.2 billion wind farm off the French coast
  • Rystad oil industry analysis shows only Norway’s Equinor is backing up renewable talk with real dollars
  • U.K.’s largest private pension manager to stop coal-related investments
  • Institutional investors joined exodus from U.S. oil and gas producers in first quarter
  • Duke Energy says new projects will push company’s solar capacity in Florida above 700MW
  • Court decision likely to prompt additional delays for Atlantic Coast, Mountain Valley pipeline projects
  • Japanese consortium builds 100MW solar farm on abandoned golf course in Kyushu
  • China expands industrial output as Western democracies curb emissions
  • China removes coal-related projects from green bond program
  • EIA: U.S. renewable energy consumption topped coal in 2019
  • BlackRock warns South Korean utility on planned coal investments in Vietnam, Indonesia
  • Government approves construction of U.K.’s largest subsidy-free solar project
  • Thai company indefinitely postpones planned polyethylene plant in Ohio
  • IEEFA India: Energy is pivotal for any country to ensure sustainability
  • Boom times for shale oil face ‘bleak’ outlook, prolonged downturn
  • AEP CEO: Ratepayers will save $3 billion from utility’s investment in new Oklahoma wind projects
  • Fossil fuel majors paying money out faster than they’re earning it
  • Renewables Rise Amid Plunging Coal Consumption
  • Enel to speed up closure of its last two coal plants in Chile
  • Carbon capture plans not likely to save coal plants as solar PPAs offer one-third of costs
  • European Commission’s €1.85 trillion pandemic recovery plan stresses green infrastructure
  • After a Century, Renewables Overtake Coal as U.S. Energy Source
  • Announced U.S. coal plant retirements year-to-date climb to 13
  • Japan’s largest onshore wind farm begins commercial operation
  • IEEFA U.S.: Another nail in the San Juan zombie carbon-capture coffin IEEFA U.S.: Another nail in the San Juan zombie carbon-capture coffin
  • IEA: Pandemic likely to push global energy investment down by $400 billion in 2020
  • Australian renewable energy generation tops gas for first time in 2019, coal falls to record low
  • Japan’s Tokyo Gas invests in floating offshore wind pioneer Principle Power
  • Wisconsin’s Alliant Energy to spend $900 million buying 675MW of solar capacity
  • Ørsted-led consortium moving forward with offshore wind-powered green hydrogen project
  • Obituary premature, but data indicate peak shale has passed
  • Pandemic increases woes of coal sector, S&P finds
  • Madhya Pradesh hydro, multipurpose projects attract PFC funding
  • Japanese hydrogen strategy lacks infrastructure, will require imports
  • IEEFA U.S.: Four of five oil supermajors pay investor dividends even as operations losses mount IEEFA U.S.: Four of five oil supermajors pay investor dividends even as operations losses mount
  • Analysts see renewable energy benefitting at gas, coal’s expense during current U.S. downturn
  • Australia to Singapore renewable electricity export plan takes step forward with big battery proposal
  • Zambia’s state-owned utility contracts with Power China to develop 600MW of solar generation
  • Wisconsin utility to close last unit at Edgewater coal plant in 2022
  • Taiwan offshore wind farm will be first to use Siemens Gamesa’s new 14MW turbine
  • Troubled Ohio plastics plant put on indefinite hold
  • Declining demand, pandemic cause partial shutdown of Wambo Underground Mine
  • Bangladesh financial burden could be eased with modular renewables
  • Proposed Utter Pradesh coal project proceeds even as solar prices fall, environmental impact rises
  • Plunging Indian tariffs offer opportunities for solar investment
  • Investment worth at least $500 billion expected to make India’s solar park plan shine
  • ‘Stunningly ambitious’ Korean Green New Deal faces challenges
  • Future of LNG imperiled by changing attitudes, worsening finances
  • ‘Harsh reality’ is that no one’s saved the coal industry
  • IEEFA update: Despite low tariffs, global capital continues to support India’s solar ambitions
  • Falling LNG prices turning exports into a money-losing enterprise for U.S. companies
  • India’s largest power producer, oil and gas company form renewable energy joint venture
  • Algeria planning to install 4GW of solar power capacity
  • New York’s Con Edison commits to $1.5 billion in energy efficiency spending by 2025
  • Amazon adds 615MW of solar generation to its global renewable energy portfolio
  • Indian solar tariffs provide solar investment opportunities
  • Government transition plans put fossil fuel industry ahead of regular Australians
  • Uncertain demand, bank wariness may undercut next round of Asian LNG import projects—analysts
  • Global thermal coal exports fell in first quarter, just second quarterly decline since 2016
  • Bangladeshi transparency organization demands government stop buying electricity from private plants
  • DISCOM reform likely to fail without state government support
  • Australian pandemic recovery plan includes massive government subsidies for gas companies
  • World Bank: Technical potential for offshore wind worldwide tops 15TW
  • Economic victims of pandemic in Egypt include Hamrawein plant
  • Zimbabwe seeking bids for 500MW of solar generation
  • Denmark moving ahead with plans for 4GW of wind capacity on offshore ‘energy islands’
  • IEEFA Australia: The glut of cheap gas and lack of capital to restart projects mean a gas-led strategy won’t lead to economic recovery
  • IEEFA India Podcast: Government-owned funders are leading backers of non-performing assets in the power sector
  • Intesa Sanpaolo, Italy’s biggest retail bank, to curb loans to the coal sector
  • University of California system completes fossil fuel divestment effort
  • Poland’s PKN Orlen pulls plug on planned 1GW coal project at Ostroleka
  • Australian company looking to provide baseload renewables, linking solar, wind and hydrogen
  • California’s PG&E seeks approval for 423MW/1.7GWh of new battery storage projects
  • Bangladeshi electricity overcapacity costing about $1 billion in annual subsidies
  • IEEFA Australia: Investing in carbon capture and storage and relying on voluntary actions on emissions is like revisiting the olden days
  • IEEFA update: What constitutes a good power system in a period of transition?
  • ESG funds outperforming broader market in current volatile investment environment
  • European, U.S. oil majors taking different roads in recovery efforts from pandemic, price crash
  • EIA: Number of renewable projects paired with storage growing sharply across U.S.
  • Siemens Gamesa unveils 14MW offshore wind turbine, world’s largest
  • New Mexico regulators approve record-low solar contract for El Paso Electric
  • COVID-19 pandemic unlikely to stymie growth of renewables in Asia
  • Facebook data complex speeds utility-scale renewables in New Mexico
  • Trump pushes coal as industry undergoes bankruptcies, mine closures and plant retirements
  • Trump demands retroactive rent from renewables operating on federal lands
  • Cuomo blocks $1 billion New York natural gas pipeline
  • IEEFA report: Bangladesh’s power system headed for financial disaster due to overcapacity in coal, LNG power IEEFA report: Bangladesh’s power system headed for financial disaster due to overcapacity in coal, LNG power
  • IEEFA commentary: Gov. Cuomo denied Williams pipeline project saving ratepayers millions IEEFA commentary: Gov. Cuomo denied Williams pipeline project saving ratepayers millions
  • Experts say global coal industry will not recover from Covid-19 pandemic
  • South Korea’s Green New Deal a ‘stunningly ambitious’ transition for coal-dominated country
  • Finland’s Fortum faces environmental backlash as Datteln 4 coal plant nears operation in Germany
  • Big battery in Australia proves profitable as Neoen recovers capital costs in just two years
  • Williams Companies shelves plan to build $1 billion gas pipeline to New York City
  • Activists fear BlackRock only paying lip service to climate change
  • South Korea, one of world’s largest polluters, on ‘crash course’ with energy transition
  • Future of LNG imperiled by changing attitudes, worsening finances
  • Renewable energy sector hasn’t joined New Mexico shutdown
  • Facebook finds renewable friends with Los Lunas, N.M., data center
  • Cuomo rejects Williams permit to build NESE pipeline in New York
  • Analysts debate price, supply impacts of declining U.S. LNG exports on country’s natural gas market
  • Strata Solar’s new battery storage project in California will replace planned gas peaker plant
  • Lithuania planning 700MW offshore wind project, will meet 25% of nation’s electric needs
  • Turkey set to issue tender for 1GW of solar capacity
  • First electricity from Victoria’s largest wind farm flowing into Australian grid
  • IEEFA U.S.: Facebook’s green energy goals are speeding the transition of New Mexico’s electricity sector IEEFA U.S.: Facebook’s green energy goals are speeding the transition of New Mexico’s electricity sector
  • IEEFA update: The renewable energy transition is coming to Asia
  • Bangladesh doubling fossil fuel imports, missing 2020 clean energy target
  • Mild winter, pandemic have been one-two punch for Pennsylvania coal industry
  • EIA: Renewables likely to top coal generation in U.S. this year
  • Iberdrola buys 900MW wind pipeline, continuing planned renewable investment efforts
  • Hawaiian Electric to add 460MW of solar, 3GWh of storage in drive for 100% green grid
  • Austrian utility Verbund plans expansion into European wind, solar markets
  • Singapore utility moving forward with 60MW floating solar project
  • New York: NESE Pipeline decision looms for Dept. of Environmental Conservation
  • Trump administration gives green light to giant Nevada solar project
  • Renewables make headway in Wyoming despite pandemic shutdown
  • Massive solar parks attracting foreign capital and developers to boost India’s transition to renewables
  • Thermal coal growth faces major headwinds in Southeast Asia
  • Sustainable recovery from pandemic possible with government planning
  • IEEFA India: World-leading solar parks kick-start India’s dynamic clean energy transition IEEFA India: World-leading solar parks kick-start India’s dynamic clean energy transition
  • IEEFA Gas Chat: Even before COVID-19, the oil and gas industry’s model was broken (PODCAST)
  • Norway’s investment fund withdraws coal-related holdings, puts others on notice
  • France’s Engie planning substantial investments in U.S. renewable energy, no new gas plants
  • BP studying 1.5GW of renewable energy capacity for Western Australia green hydrogen project
  • Siemens Gamesa building hybrid wind-battery storage project in the Philippines
  • EIA: U.S. coal consumption likely to fall to 453 million tons in 2020, down 23.9% from prior year
  • Finance poses biggest hurdle for Polish development of offshore wind
  • EIA: U.S. coal-fired electricity generation fell to 43-year low in 2019
  • Federal regulators approve 690MW, $1 billion Gemini Solar Project, largest in U.S.
  • U.K. electricity goes coal-free for a month—a first in 138 years
  • BNP Paribas tightens restrictions on coal-related lending, plans 2030 exit
  • EIB to underwrite development of floating offshore wind project in France
  • New financial support for renewables transition offered in Philippines
  • Already clean, emissions from electric vehicles become even cleaner in wake of increased renewables
  • IEEFA update: Five reasons why now is a good time for a fee on carbon emissions
  • IEEFA report: Can Indonesia’s coal industry survive COVID-19?
  • India’s ReNew Power wins contract for 24/7 green energy with first year cost of $38/MWh
  • Alliance CEO Craft sees need for consolidation in U.S. coal industry
  • Study shows rooftop solar pushing fossil fuels off of Australian electricity grid
  • PacifiCorp RFP ‘a big deal’ for renewable energy, battery storage developers
  • Inter Pipeline boosts expected cost of new petrochemical project in Alberta
  • Australian government pushing fossil fuels as means of COVID-19 recovery
  • IEA: Coal-fired recovery in China could lead to rebound in carbon emissions
  • TVA generates more power from renewables than coal for first time in more than 60 years
  • IEEFA Report: India’s PFC Non-Performing Assets Total $6.8 Billion
  • IEEFA: Philippines Central Bank offers new support for energy transition and renewables
  • Minnesota co-op Great River Energy to close 1,146MW Coal Creek power plant by end of 2022
  • Government advisory group pushing quicker renewable transition for South Korea
  • Post-pandemic energy investments could give green hydrogen a big boost
  • South Australia energy minister aims for 100% renewable electricity by 2030
  • Oil price collapse likely to undercut EOR-based carbon capture projects, lobbyist says
  • Big oil gets bailed out, but not as big as it used to be
  • IEEFA report: Is India’s PFC financing a herd of white elephants? IEEFA report: Is India’s PFC financing a herd of white elephants?
  • Anglo American to exit South African thermal coal market
  • Enel says pandemic not likely to slow its renewable energy development plans
  • Navajo Power links up with solar developer sPower to build PV projects on tribal land
  • Coal generation falls to just 12% of Tennessee Valley Authority’s power supply in first quarter
  • Western Australia energy minister: ‘All future generation will be renewable’
  • Pandemic has coal industry running on fumes, surpassed by renewables
  • Retirement of coal-fired plants not likely to be slowed by pandemic
  • IEEFA update: The outlook for thermal coal in Southeast Asia and South Asia
  • Study finds green investments would be best approach to spur global economic revival
  • Neoen Australia to build 400MW solar farm in Queensland, country’s largest
  • Allianz tightens coal policies, will no longer insure projects starting in 2023
  • Middle East solar development plans on course despite oil price crash, Covid-19
  • U.S. utilities sticking to coal plant retirement decisions
  • Japanese banks’ departure from coal-fired power plant financing may open exits for other Asian banks
  • Australia’s oldest bank pulls thermal coal support
  • IEEFA update: COVID-19 is giving the thermal coal sector a look at its long-term future
  • Western Australia environmental regulator approves Asia-focused 9GW renewable energy export hub
  • Spain’s Endesa looking to speed up renewable energy investments in pandemic recovery efforts
  • Texas solar capacity could hit 5.8GW in 2020
  • Uzbekistan government moving forward with major renewable energy investment initiative
  • India’s Adani Green Energy building 1,300MW of hybrid renewable projects
  • While Europe plans for displaced transition workers, U.S. hopes for Diablo Canyon model
  • Low-carbon ASX portfolio leading to higher returns
  • Renewable power surpasses coal as primary monthly electricity source for first time
  • IEEFA update: Renewables surpass coal in U.S. power generation  throughout the month of April 2020 IEEFA update: Renewables surpass coal in U.S. power generation throughout the month of April 2020
  • IEEFA update: Who would still fund a new coal power plant in India? IEEFA update: Who would still fund a new coal power plant in India?
  • IEEFA podcast: Greenhouse emissions from gas higher than industry estimates
  • Australia’s Westpac Banking to stop thermal coal financing by 2030
  • Southern California Edison contracts 770MW of battery storage to replace gas plants
  • Dominion planning nearly 24GW of renewable capacity and battery storage in Virginia by 2035
  • South Korean thermal coal imports likely to fall to 10-year low in first quarter
  • J-Power, Japan’s largest coal plant operator, buys into its first renewable energy project in the U.S.
  • IEEFA Asia: Chinese coal projects continue as existing power plants stand idle
  • Top Wyoming industry faces devastation from coronavirus pandemic
  • Appalachian plastics hopes falling apart in midst of coronavirus pandemic
  • Still mired in glut, natural gas industry doing better than oil
  • Fossil fuel firms with Trump ties got millions in tax dollars
  • IEEFA commentary: Texas should cap oil and gas production to restore free market principles
  • ICYMI: Outlook 2020 shows trouble ahead for coal sector
  • Ørsted, world’s largest wind developer, sees growth opportunities in current market upheaval
  • BP, Shell shield renewable spending while coping with oil price crash
  • Chinese coal company planning world’s largest solar-powered hydrogen plant
  • Australian grid regulator releases blueprint for integrating 75% green electricity
  • American Electric Power takes last unit at Conesville coal plant offline
  • Canada’s LNG industry travels from hero to zero
  • Coal industry faces ‘historically bad’ conditions amid pandemic
  • South Korea prepares for renewed emphasis on greener future
  • Fracking royalties to top off Clean Energy Future Fund in WA
  • Coal lending financiers pulling out of more Asian projects
  • Report: Majority of new battery capacity likely to be utility-scale
  • Commentary: Time for utility companies to reinvest in Arizona’s coalfield communities
  • IEA: Renewable output will increase in 2020 despite historic decline in global energy demand
  • Fitch sees renewables becoming Western Europe’s top power source by 2023
  • Coming IMF review, oil price collapse puts future of Argentina’s Vaca Muerta development in doubt
  • Australian company secures funding for major green hydrogen project
  • Enel continues its renewable transition, with first quarter coal generation dropping 79%
  • Aging Blair Athol mine purchaser received half of $80 million bond
  • IEEFA Indonesia: Playing with matches—Who should take responsibility for PLN’s financial mess?
  • Bail out environmental cleanup funds, not oil and gas industry
  • Implosion of LNG industry exacerbated by coronavirus pandemic
  • Fossil fuel firms seek bailout for problems that started in 2014
  • IEEFA Asia: Asian financial institutions also beginning to exit coal financing
  • Trade group says LNG oversupply situation likely to last through 2021
  • Planned Abu Dhabi solar park sets global records for large size, low price
  • BNEF: Wind and solar cheaper than new gas or coal in two-thirds of the world
  • Texas regulators float plan to cut state’s oil production
  • Corporate demand pushing interest in larger solar projects in U.S.
  • Battered GE stock may not be through taking beating in 2020
  • World leader in renewables still financing coal-fired power plants
  • HSBC closes off another financing avenue for thermal coal projects
  • HSBC closes loopholes, exits coal plant financing market
  • Study shows renewables cheaper than fossil fuels across Middle East, North Africa region
  • Britain breaks record for coal-free electric generation
  • Coal bearing the brunt of global decline in electricity demand
  • IEA’s Birol: Put green energy investment at the center of global recovery efforts
  • Electric power distribution systems expected to be significantly evolved over next decade
  • Longview Power bankruptcy is canary in coal mine for industry
  • IEEFA update: Federal lending to the oil and gas sector would be a complete waste of money IEEFA update: Federal lending to the oil and gas sector would be a complete waste of money
  • IEEFA webinar: U.S. Coal Outlook 2020 IEEFA webinar: U.S. Coal Outlook 2020
  • IEEFA U.S.: Throwing good money after bad, Washington gives $116 million handout to coal carbon-capture backers
  • IEEFA update: Here’s how to help Navajo and Hopi communities hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis IEEFA update: Here’s how to help Navajo and Hopi communities hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis
  • Morgan Stanley tightens restrictions on coal-related financing activities
  • Developers postpone planned plastics manufacturing facility in Ohio
  • Oil slump may not pull down renewables, experts say
  • Wind capacity installations top 2GW in India in 2019-2020 fiscal year, up 31% from year prior
  • Costa Rica’s electricity generation was 99% renewable in 2019
  • Complaint: New Jersey LNG terminal didn’t get full assessment before permit granted
  • Australian energy minister: Invest in gas as ‘cheap energy’ to lead recovery from pandemic
  • Plastics industry projects threatened by pandemic
  • Ohio ethane cracker project still ‘top priority’ for PTTGC-Daelim partnership
  • India finding making renewable promises easier than keeping them
  • Ohio plastics project put on indefinite hold
  • Economic turmoil amid pandemic crisis ‘doesn’t bode well’ for LNG projects
  • IEEFA update: Financial prospects falter for LNG projects
  • IEEFA podcast: What’s the ‘new normal’ post coronavirus? Australia says gas.
  • Japan Bank for International Cooperation takes first steps away from coal-plant financing
  • EIA estimates U.S. coal production down almost 20% year to date compared to 2019
  • Cambodia’s state-run utility negotiating to build country’s first wind farm
  • 8minute Solar Energy says its project pipeline now totals more than 18GW
  • Renewables pushing prices, emissions down across Australian national grid
  • Australia uses pandemic to respond with bailout of fossil fuel sector, not buildup of renewables
  • Ayala divestiture could pave way for other Filipino companies to follow
  • Low oil prices may help climate change
  • Coal-fired power company asking for subsidies for North Queensland project
  • UN Secretary-General asks climate action be part of pandemic recovery
  • Wood Mackenzie: Recession could slow, or stop, up to 150GW of renewable projects in Asia Pacific region
  • NextEra expects to spend $1 billion on battery storage projects in coming year
  • Navajo Power CEO sees potential for 10GW renewable buildout on tribal lands as coal plants close
  • Oil major Repsol breaks ground in Spain on its first-ever solar farm
  • U.S. power demand fell to 17-year low for the week ended April 18, trade group says
  • IEEFA update: Swimming in oil and nowhere to put it?
  • Newcastle’s past being used to pitch future as renewables center
  • Oil price collapse spurs renewables interest in U.S. Indian Country
  • Trustee candidates at wealthy schools pushing for fossil fuel divestiture
  • Global oil glut likely to persist into fall, pushing Brent below $10/bbl
  • Two-wheeler boom solving India pollution, energy security issues
  • Credit appeal of coal-fired power plants in ‘terminal decline’
  • Analysts see continued weakness for U.S. LNG despite resumption of Chinese imports
  • Clear air, new capacity push solar generation to record levels in major European markets
  • Report argues for quick closure of natural gas transition “bridge”
  • Sweden becomes third European country to complete coal plant phaseout
  • Greek utility unit moves forward with country’s first subsidy-free solar development
  • UN says COVID-19, climate disruption should be addressed together
  • Increasing number of institutions refusing to finance thermal coal
  • Ohio River Valley ethane project poses boom-and-bust risks for Appalachia
  • Oil industry demise occurs on eve of 50th anniversary of Earth Day
  • IEEFA Philippines: Conglomerate Ayala to finalize coal exit plans by 2025 IEEFA Philippines: Conglomerate Ayala to finalize coal exit plans by 2025
  • IEEFA update: Coal finance is heading to its logical terminal conclusion
  • IRENA: Clean energy transition would pay for itself, drive post-pandemic economic recovery
  • Citigroup to halt all financing for thermal coal mining by 2030
  • Solar developers see profitable potential in coal-reliant Indiana
  • French developer Neoen completes expansion of world’s largest lithium-ion battery in Australia
  • Germany sets new record for solar generation
  • Philippines power company Ayala to be coal-free by 2030
  • Wartsila: Electricity system renewable transition likely to speed up in wake of Covid-19 pandemic
  • Austria shuts down country’s last coal-fired power plant
  • AEMO study shows South Australia electric grid could be almost 90 percent renewable by 2024
  • U.S. coal-fired generation hit hard by coronavirus, falling electric demand—Rhodium Group
  • Port Kembla expansion may doom NSW’s Narrabri project
  • Oil prices may eventually rise but industry will look different
  • ND carbon-capture project likely to elevate electricity costs far beyond renewable prices
  • Coronavirus pandemic likely to claim coal industry as another victim
  • Sumitomo announces no new funding for most coal-fired power plants
  • Coronavirus-related slowdown in electricity demand spells trouble for coal industry
  • As oil prices collapse into Code Blue levels, red ink threatens unsustainable business
  • Longview Power, model West Virginia coal plant, files for bankruptcy again
  • Expanded Australian LNG production comes with big leap in greenhouse gas emissions
  • IEEFA report: Proposed NESE gas pipeline may stick New York ratepayers with one billion-dollar+ cost IEEFA report: Proposed NESE gas pipeline may stick New York ratepayers with one billion-dollar+ cost
  • IEEFA brief: The Australian LNG industry’s growth – and the decline in greenhouse gas emissions standards
  • EIA estimates year-to-date U.S. coal production is down 18.1% compared to 2019
  • Installed U.S. wind capacity topped 100GW in 2019, trade group says
  • Enel looking for joint venture partner to expand African renewable energy business
  • Australia’s booming utility-scale battery market expected to add 500MWh in 2020
  • Renewable developer EDPR nears 7GW capacity goal with Mexico solar deal
  • Plans for second-largest coal-fired plant on planet postponed indefinitely
  • IEEFA U.S.: Longview coal plant – one of America’s best and newest – has just gone bankrupt IEEFA U.S.: Longview coal plant – one of America’s best and newest – has just gone bankrupt
  • Japan’s Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group ends financing for coal-fired power plants
  • Australia’s Whitehaven Coal delays decision on $700 million mine expansion as sales slump
  • Another delay for Keystone XL pipeline project
  • Total’s Pouyanné reaffirms oil major’s push into renewable energy sector
  • Uzbekistan seeks bids to build country’s first wind farm
  • Indonesian utility could be on hook for $7.2 billion to independent producers by 2021
  • Collapse of oil prices and economic slowdown have IAE reconsidering record renewable projections
  • Filipino offshore wind project capacity could be far larger than initially reported
  • IEEFA brief: India’s power system operators demonstrate the fine art of grid management
  • IEEFA U.S.: IEEFA Director of Finance urges oil production cuts at Texas Commission Hearing
  • Japan’s Mizuho Financial to stop funding new coal power projects
  • Spain’s Iberdrola targets Denmark’s Ørsted for top spot in U.S. offshore wind market
  • Poland’s coal-heavy PGE utility recommits to large-scale solar, wind construction program
  • Moody’s downgrades Contura Energy, warns of more problems for U.S. coal sector
  • Longview Power, one of newest U.S. coal plants, files for bankruptcy protection again
  • Australia’s largest coal export terminal to seek refinancing of $160 million in debt
  • S&P analysis finds ESG-focused investments outperforming broader market in current downturn
  • Wood Mackenzie: Global wind turbine supply chain could hit $600 billion annually by 2028
  • Kenyan regulators approve Solair Africa’s plan for 40MW PV project
  • Oil price crash could spur surge in geothermal power development
  • Scatec Solar completes construction on 258MW PV complex in South Africa
  • Pandemic stimulus provides opportunity for Australia to redirect fossil fuel subsidies
  • Texas regulators consider curtailing state oil production for first time in almost 50 years
  • Green groups push to stop bailout of South Korea’s Doosan Heavy Industries
  • New California battery storage project aims to cut need for gas peaking plants
  • Ørsted remains optimistic about opportunities in Asia’s offshore wind market
  • Renewables generated nearly 45% of Great Britain’s electricity in the first quarter
  • Governor signs legislation mandating transition to 100% renewable energy in Virginia
  • Major Korean builder of international nuclear, coal plants teeters on verge of insolvency
  • Shift from coal fueling $809 million Doosan bailout plan by Korean banks
  • Plunge in oil prices, coronavirus slam brakes on Australian LNG industry
  • Argentinian shale fields join global industry collapse as coronavirus takes toll
  • Coronavirus pandemic opens door to renewables in Australia energy policy
  • Petrochem hub for Ohio River Valley raises environmental alarm
  • Europe’s green utilities outperforming competitors in current downturn
  • Total forms joint venture with Adani Group to target India’s renewable energy market
  • Equinor moving forward with $466 million plan for floating offshore wind turbines
  • Siemens and Uniper to cooperate on green hydrogen development
  • Europe’s largest solar farm begins commercial operation in Spain
  • Coronavirus may slow Southeast Asia’s renewable energy transition
  • IEEFA Europe: Beyond coronavirus—why a carbon fee and dividend make sense
  • Florida Power wants out of the biggest coal plant in the U.S.
  • An existential moment for oil companies around the world
  • Analysis: Australia has an opportunity now to invest in the future
  • Pandemic worsens outlook for U.S. coal
  • Electricity usage fall-off indicates serious recession
  • IEEFA recommends oil production cutbacks to Texas Railroad Commission
  • IEEFA update: Doubling down on utility-scale renewables
  • IEEFA report: Indiana electric utility customers could pay $128 million more through 2026 IEEFA report: Indiana electric utility customers could pay $128 million more through 2026
  • Almost half of all coal plants globally will fail to turn a profit in 2020
  • Fossil fuels ‘obvious losers’ in the energy transition
  • Exxon’s crisis strategy ignores core weaknesses
  • IRENA sees solar growth in Asia and renewables trends continuing
  • Strength seen in global wind-power supply chain
  • Railroad Commission of Texas urged to approve mandatory oil production cuts
  • IEEFA Indonesia: PLN in crisis—time for independent power producers to share the burden
  • IEEFA urges Texas Railroad Commission to curtail state oil production
  • S&P: First quarter U.S. coal production at lowest level since 1981
  • French developer Neoen plans another, even bigger battery storage project in Australia
  • Saudi solar solicitation attracts ultra-low bids, with prices at $0.016/kWh
  • ExxonMobil says Guyana production could be delayed 6-12 months by COVID-19
  • Egypt postpones $4.4 billion, 6GW coal plant, pushes renewables instead
  • Major oil companies cut capex spending as prices nosedive
  • Toyota teams up with Chubu Electric to enter renewable energy market in Japan
  • IEEFA update: Oil majors paid $216 billion more to shareholders than they earned directly from business over the past decade IEEFA update: Oil majors paid $216 billion more to shareholders than they earned directly from business over the past decade
  • Turkey considers stronger rooftop solar policy
  • IEEFA update: Japan moving from global laggard to global leader
  • IEEFA update: With COVID-19, energy markets are turning towards clean energy investments
  • IRENA: Renewable energy resources totaled almost 75% of new generation capacity in 2019
  • PRB coal production falls to 54.6 million tons in first quarter, a 20-year low
  • Spain outlines plan to install 2GW of wind annually through 2030
  • Greek utility PPC to sell power from new 200MW solar farm at record-low price
  • Australia’s Northern Territory backs big battery, residential storage rebates in renewables push
  • Shell shakes up renewables strategy, appoints New Energies chief
  • ExxonMobil is drowning in debt
  • IEEFA update: ExxonMobil’s asset sales strategy comes up short in 2019, company backs off ambitious plans IEEFA update: ExxonMobil’s asset sales strategy comes up short in 2019, company backs off ambitious plans
  • IEEFA U.S.: PNM stance on Four Corners spells danger for NTEC
  • Iberdrola CEO promises sharp increase in renewable investments post-pandemic
  • Investors pressuring Japan’s Mizuho Financial Group to stop financing coal projects
  • Coronavirus may stall oil and gas projects in U.S. Gulf Coast
  • NextEra outlines plans to convert two Gulf Power coal units to gas
  • Clean Energy States Alliance pushes renewables in spite of COVID-19
  • Ethiopia signs $800 million PPA to buy output from new 150MW geothermal plant
  • Renew Estate gets final approval to build 300MW solar farm in Queensland, Australia
  • Plans for creating a plastics hub in Appalachia are problematic
  • IEEFA U.S.: Regulators see trouble with Enchant Energy’s carbon-capture project IEEFA U.S.: Regulators see trouble with Enchant Energy’s carbon-capture project
  • Renewables provide 52% of Germany’s electricity in first quarter, a new record
  • Oil price fallout spreads as shale producer Whiting Petroleum files for bankruptcy
  • New Mexico regulators approve utility plan to abandon 847MW San Juan coal plant
  • Record-setting 2.2GW solar park in India now fully operational
  • Hawaiian Electric proposes big battery storage buildout on Oahu
  • How Covid-19 is Affecting the Clean Energy Transition
  • Trump-tied law firm with Saudi clients raises conflict concern for energy policy
  • Renewables beat coal in U.S. power generation in Q1 2020
  • Japan’s emission targets disappoint climate experts
  • IEEFA U.S.: Utility-scale renewables top coal for the first quarter of 2020 IEEFA U.S.: Utility-scale renewables top coal for the first quarter of 2020
  • IEEFA update: Korean youth group launches constitutional challenge to climate policies IEEFA update: Korean youth group launches constitutional challenge to climate policies
  • Interest in low risk, stable yield renewable energy projects remains strong—market participants
  • Murray Energy, U.S.’ largest private coal company, looks at possibility of liquidation
  • Largest subsidy-free solar farm in China begins commercial operation
  • Two more coal plants closed in the U.K., only four remain in operation
  • Tata Power looks to expand its residential rooftop solar operations to 90 cities in India
  • Under mounting pressure, Doosan Heavy seeks to downsize
  • Lamu coal plant in Kenya faces financial and climate risks
  • IEEFA update: Loan program for coronavirus-impacted businesses excludes oil and gas companies. Or does it?
  • IEEFA Australia: Auditors take note – Santos’ accounts misleading since 2014
  • Global coal generation fell by a record amount in 2019, while COVID-19 may cause bigger fall in 2020 Global coal generation fell by a record amount in 2019, while COVID-19 may cause bigger fall in 2020
  • BNEF: Renewable hydrogen can replace gas in power generation
  • Shell pulls out of planned Lake Charles LNG export project in Louisiana
  • Spain’s Iberdrola announces push into nascent floating offshore wind industry
  • Somerset, last coal plant in New York State, is closed
  • First offshore wind project planned for the Philippines
  • Japan’s Sumitomo Mitsui bank to stop making loans for new thermal coal plants—report
  • Orsted reaffirms offshore wind investment plans for Taiwan, Japan
  • Wood Mackenzie retains positive outlook on U.S. solar market
  • European utilities continue their exit from coal-fired electricity generation
  • SECI and NTPC move forward with 10,000MW of new solar development in India
  • Fossil fuels, climate risk, coronavirus and carbon taxes
  • Solar glass windows have potential to become ‘ubiquitous’
  • U.S. coal sector is being driven to the brink in 2020, report says
  • Coronavirus pandemic reduces air pollution but climate risk remains
  • IEEFA Coal Outlook 2020: Market trends are pushing U.S. industry to a reckoning IEEFA Coal Outlook 2020: Market trends are pushing U.S. industry to a reckoning
  • IEEFA Australia: Origin pulls the plug on gas exploration in the Northern Territory. Who’s next? IEEFA Australia: Origin pulls the plug on gas exploration in the Northern Territory. Who’s next?
  • California regulators back major increase in renewables, ban on new natural gas plants
  • Moody’s: Problems mounting for U.S. coal industry
  • Analysts expect Middle East push for renewables to continue despite current uncertainties
  • U.K. battery storage developer Penso Power has plans for more large-scale projects
  • Australian LNG company’s planned Magnolia export terminal in Louisiana in jeopardy
  • Oil industry presses to be designated “critical to national security” to receive Fed relief funds
  • China leans more heavily on coal in reaction to coronavirus
  • Wood Mackenzie: ‘Low-risk’ renewables now offer same return as oil and gas projects
  • Global coal power plant pipeline dropped 16% in 2019 new report shows
  • Spain’s Acciona to build 1GW wind farm in Australia
  • EIA: Coal generation fell to 19.2% of U.S. electricity market in January
  • Vietnam company set to begin construction of 450MW solar farm, largest in southeast Asia
  • India’s stranded asset risk in coal sector slows investment in renewables
  • IEEFA update: In extremis – crisis continues for Appalachian shale producers IEEFA update: In extremis – crisis continues for Appalachian shale producers
  • IEEFA update: Tech giants’ investment in renewable power purchase agreements pays off in current climate
  • U.S. fracking giants prepare for repeat of 2016 collapse, expect little help from Wall Street
  • India’s installed renewable generation hits 138.9GW, up 72% in six years—Singh
  • Canada’s largest solar project gets $500 million boost from major Danish investor group
  • Major new transmission line to boost renewable transition in Arizona, California
  • Wood Mackenzie cuts forecast for 2020 wind installations
  • How a coronavirus stimulus package could bolster the economy and save the planet
  • Repurposing old coal-fired power plants as data centers, clean energy hubs
  • IEEFA U.S: An ‘elegant, simple, and fair’ coalfield reinvestment formula for greater Arizona IEEFA U.S: An ‘elegant, simple, and fair’ coalfield reinvestment formula for greater Arizona
  • IEEFA Australia: Why more gas won’t help Victoria
  • Bankrupt miner Murray Energy gets no bids for its coal mines
  • TVA burns last coal at 1,150MW Paradise plant
  • Chinese firm Sinohydro to build first large-scale solar plant in Guinea-Bissau
  • Terna Energy plans additional 400MW of wind capacity in Greece
  • Developers secure financing for 500MW solar project in Oman
  • IEEFA India: Funding dries up for new coal-fired power plant projects
  • IEEFA U.S.: Ohio petrochemical project faces high risks and shaky outlook IEEFA U.S.: Ohio petrochemical project faces high risks and shaky outlook
  • Indonesia studying plan to replace aging diesel generators with renewable energy
  • Equinor, Saipem join forces to develop ‘high wave’ floating solar technology
  • LS Power unit looking to build 1,000MW wind farm in Idaho
  • EnBW building first subsidy-free solar park in Germany
  • How cost of solar-plus-storage PPAs are decreasing in the USA
  • Record 6.1GW of offshore wind installed in 2019–GWEC
  • IEEFA U.S.: Enchant Energy’s carbon-capture project is falling apart IEEFA U.S.: Enchant Energy’s carbon-capture project is falling apart
  • IEEFA update: India’s coal-fired power plant stockpiles reach record levels even as electricity demand weakens IEEFA update: India’s coal-fired power plant stockpiles reach record levels even as electricity demand weakens
  • S&P: U.S. oil and gas industry distressed debt now at all-time high
  • Enel CEO says falling oil prices won’t stop renewable transition
  • Oil major Total acquires controlling stake in 96MW floating offshore wind project
  • Australian company secures funding for novel solar-hydro storage project
  • Atlas Renewables proposes 854MW solar project in northern Chile
  • IEEFA update: Fracking companies’ 2019 performance signals ongoing crisis IEEFA update: Fracking companies’ 2019 performance signals ongoing crisis
  • EIA: U.S. coal exports dropped 20% in 2019, totaled 93 million tons
  • Indonesian government pushing ahead with reforms to jump-start renewable energy transition
  • Uzbekistan plans major investments in wind, solar generation over next 10 years
  • Companies increasingly looking to add storage to wind projects
  • Indian state of Odisha looking to build 500MW of floating solar generation
  • U.S. Shale Oil Industry Fails to Admit Hard Truth
  • Green investments should be part of federal stimulus package
  • Analysts foresee record drop in oil demand as impact of COVID-19 and fossil price war is felt
  • IEEFA Australia: Over-optimistic coal trade forecasts are not helpful to anyone
  • IEEFA: With the economy coming to a stall, the government should remap Australia’s energy landscape
  • Leading Swedish pension fund to stop investing in fossil fuels
  • State-owned Chinese company to develop 5GW, $3.3 billion green energy complex
  • Oilfield services company Halliburton to furlough 3,500 workers as low crude prices take hold
  • Ruling party in South Korea backs plan for net zero carbon emissions by 2050
  • New York’s latest round of state-backed renewable energy projects average $18.59/MWh
  • IEA’s Birol encourages European governments to include renewable investments in stimulus plans
  • Coronavirus could devastate fracking and plastics development plans in Ohio River Valley
  • Global oil demand could be headed for record-breaking 10 million barrel per day decline
  • ContourGlobal pulls the plug on planned 500MW coal plant in Kosovo
  • U.S. added 13.3GW of new solar in 2019, pushing national total to 76GW
  • Renewable electric generation topped coal-fired output in the Netherlands in 2019 for first time
  • Stressed discoms, weak competition drag down India’s power sector
  • Is it time to nationalize the fossil fuel industry?
  • IEEFA India: Distribution the weakest link in India’s power sector
  • Oil price crash pushing independent U.S. producers to the brink of bankruptcy
  • Japanese coal capacity set for significant decline in coming years
  • Australian state government moving forward with plans for 17.7GW of new renewables, storage
  • Proposed New England power projects reflect ‘dramatic shift’ from gas to renewables
  • DNV-GL: Seasonal storage of renewable hydrogen will be cost-effective by 2050
  • India: Distribution weaknesses plague power sector
  • Oil price war causes epic turmoil in global energy markets
  • Australia gas prices remain high despite oil price drop
  • Big oil is slashing spending and cutting dividends
  • South African coal miner Exxaro Resources taking first steps into renewable energy arena
  • Germany’s RWE planning to build another 4GW of renewable capacity by 2022
  • BloombergNEF: Coronavirus likely to slow solar PV installations in 2020
  • Floating wind turbine off the French coast posts record production numbers in February
  • Global coronavirus exposes weaknesses in Texas fracking boom
  • Oil major Total to build largest battery storage unit in France
  • EIA: Coal’s share of U.S. electric generation will fall to 21% this year
  • Column: Coal is losing steam in crucial Vietnamese market
  • Oil price crash pushing Woodside Petroleum to review two planned Australian LNG projects
  • New report finds wind and solar will soon be cheaper than coal worldwide
  • Germany’s Innogy begins construction of 47.5MW wind farm in Poland
  • A misguided plan to bail out the oil and gas industry
  • Mining Tribal Land Weighs on Crow Family as Cost of Prosperity
  • IEEFA: The crash in global gas prices should mean a drop in electricity and gas prices in Australia
  • Foresight Energy joins ranks of bankrupt U.S. coal companies
  • Price crash makes renewable developer Ørsted most valuable Nordic company, topping oil-driven Equinor
  • Atlas Renewable to build 330MW solar plant for Anglo American’s Brazilian mining operations
  • Wood Mackenzie: 2019 was a record year for battery storage across the U.S.
  • Australian rooftop solar installations hit record level in February
  • Eight experts look at oil price collapse and coronavirus impact on energy sector
  • IEEFA Ohio: Mountaineer NGL storage project loses its environmental permit
  • U.S. shale companies facing a money-losing reality after oil price collapse
  • IEA: Global oil consumption likely to drop in 2020 for first time since 2009
  • Oil price war boosts uncertainty for developers of U.S. LNG projects
  • Australia’s New South Wales approves massive solar-plus-storage project
  • Japan completes construction of world’s largest green hydrogen project
  • IEEFA update: Rebound from collapsed oil prices will be low and slow
  • IEEFA update: What does the oil price crash mean for the Australian gas industry?
  • Global carbon emissions dropped 2% in 2019, pushed by U.S., EU moves away from coal
  • S&P: Renewables offer better financial return in New England market than merchant gas plants
  • Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway pulls out of $7.1 billion Saguenay LNG project in Canada
  • State of Virginia approves 2045 deadline for 100% carbon-free electricity
  • Spain’s Iberdrola moving forward with $2.7 billion, 496MW wind farm off the French coast
  • What next after oil price plunge?
  • IEEFA Australia: Gas is not a “transition fuel”
  • Market forces and renewables, not regulation, are constricting coal sector
  • U.S. Electricity: Renewables Surpassed Coal in February
  • IEEFA U.S.: Renewables generated more electricity than coal in February IEEFA U.S.: Renewables generated more electricity than coal in February
  • IEEFA update: Blackstone could provide Indian energy security a strong boost
  • UBS Group says it will no longer finance Arctic oil, thermal coal or tar sands projects
  • EIA: U.S. coal use dropped 13% in 2019
  • Wood Mackenzie: Global wind turbine orders soared to almost 100GW in 2019
  • China’s biggest steelmaker launches effort for coal-free production process
  • Saudi company ACWA Power signs deal to build 1GW wind farm in Uzbekistan
  • IEEFA: Volkswagen lied about emissions from their vehicles, and the gas industry is also lying about their emissions
  • IEEFA update: Renewable energy could leave USD20 trillion of fossil fuel assets stranded within 30 years
  • Bernstein analysts: LNG production in U.S. is ‘unsustainable’ at current prices
  • Data show 2019 may have marked a turning point away from fossil fuels in global energy mix
  • Construction begins on massive 2.7GW solar project in California
  • Gas, solar making inroads in traditionally coal-dominated Kentucky electricity market
  • Wind provided record 40.2% of Oklahoma’s statewide electricity generation in 2019
  • Australia: University of New South Wales to divest from fossil fuels
  • Clean energy produced by Navajo Nation could advance Los Angeles green goals
  • ExxonMobil cutting activity in Permian Basin as oil prices slide
  • International experts warn against investing in fossil fuels
  • Japan to reduce coal consumption even while lacking climate action
  • Indonesia can turn to competitive auctions to promote renewable energy
  • Asia tops Europe as leading region for offshore wind investment in 2019
  • Pressure mounts for Australian pension funds to divest fossil fuel holdings
  • Controversial Keystone XL pipeline project still faces serious economic questions
  • Column: Coal imports down in major Asian markets, and coronavirus not the driving force
  • DNV GL charts three technology disruptions that will speed global decarbonization efforts
  • Sargent & Lundy official promotes San Juan carbon capture retrofit
  • Glasgow pension fund to Council: Keep investing in fossil fuels
  • Can India’s ambitious renewable energy goals be achieved?
  • Making the Philippines more investment-friendly
  • IEEFA report: The case for utility-company reinvestment in Arizona’s coalfield communities IEEFA report: The case for utility-company reinvestment in Arizona’s coalfield communities
  • New Zealand to divest fossil fuel stocks from government-backed savings funds
  • IEEFA update: Japan set to pace thermal coal’s long-term Asian decline IEEFA update: Japan set to pace thermal coal’s long-term Asian decline
  • Price collapse threatening LNG producers worldwide
  • Renewable fuels provided 62% of Germany’s electricity demand in February
  • Moody’s downgrades Contura Energy, says outlook remains negative
  • Funding for esVolta projects shows institutional investors warming up to energy storage
  • GE says it’s going green. Coal projects indicate otherwise.
  • New York pipeline cancellation, casts doubt over future of natural gas
  • Analysts: Indonesia’s green energy plans best served by auctions, not feed-in tariffs
  • India’s renewable energy generation grows 9.46 per cent in Jan 2020
  • Oil majors show signs of decline
  • DuPont turns to spin-offs to take on toxic liabilities
  • IEEFA U.S.: Why exports won’t save American coal IEEFA U.S.: Why exports won’t save American coal
  • S&P utility index tops value of troubled oil and gas sector stocks for first time
  • Renewable investments drive strong financial results for Spain’s Iberdrola
  • EIA: Wind now the leading source of renewable generation in the U.S.
  • Repsol unveils plans for 860MW wind project in Spain
  • Siemens Gamesa to build 59MW wind farm in Djibouti
  • Collinsville: the Queensland town on the frontline of the coal wars
  • World’s largest Tesla megapack battery project approved for California
  • Altruism at Big Oil? Try again
  • IEEFA Indonesia: Racing towards 23% renewable energy IEEFA Indonesia: Racing towards 23% renewable energy
  • IEEFA update: Teck’s withdrawal from Frontier oil sands project has extraordinary implications IEEFA update: Teck’s withdrawal from Frontier oil sands project has extraordinary implications
  • IEEFA update: Southeast Asian power companies are shifting towards renewables IEEFA update: Southeast Asian power companies are shifting towards renewables
  • IEEFA update: There is no such thing as clean coal, Mr. Fink
  • Vietnam likely to scale back coal plant construction program
  • Federal regulators put a hold on planned Peabody-Arch PRB joint venture
  • U.K.’s Drax plant to be coal-free by 2021, three years ahead of deadline
  • Large green hydrogen project planned in Queensland, Australia
  • Corporate interest in rooftop solar growing quickly in Indonesia
  • IEEFA brief: Oil majors’ shrinking capital expenditures (capex) signal ongoing decline of sector IEEFA brief: Oil majors’ shrinking capital expenditures (capex) signal ongoing decline of sector
  • IEEFA op-ed: Carbon capture plan for San Juan Generating Station is uneconomic pipe dream IEEFA op-ed: Carbon capture plan for San Juan Generating Station is uneconomic pipe dream
  • IEEFA update: Australia’s aluminium smelters need a technology retrofit to offer demand response capacity
  • New bank policies make financing coal plant projects in Southeast Asia increasingly difficult
  • Cancellation of Constitution pipeline a troubling sign for other projects, analysts say
  • Chesterfield, Birchwood coal plants in Virginia to be closed
  • Sumitomo invests in long-duration battery storage developer Highview Power
  • Tractebel to build 30MW floating solar project in Brazil
  • Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Building $7.5B Gas Pipeline Under Appalachian Trail
  • Lawmakers claim carbon capture will save Wyoming coal
  • Siemens support for Adani mine drives ‘largest climate destruction project on planet’
  • IEEFA update: Is coal dying, or already dead in the Philippines? IEEFA update: Is coal dying, or already dead in the Philippines?
  • JPMorgan Chase to restrict lending for new coal mines, coal-fired power plants
  • Japan to reexamine policies supporting coal-fired power plant exports
  • Coal losses prompt Spain’s Endesa to speed renewable energy investments
  • Wood Mackenzie: Global battery storage installations to hit 15GW annually by 2024
  • South Africa, Kenya leading push for renewable energy in sub-Saharan Africa
  • IEEFA: Nordic Region Leading by Example Since 2013
  • As global coal giants exit South Africa, Eskom to depend on two miners for 70% of its supply
  • Teck Resources withdraws from Frontier Oil Sands project
  • IEEFA: Nordic region leading by example since 2013 IEEFA: Nordic region leading by example since 2013
  • Press release: IEEFA statement on Teck Resources decision to withdraw Frontier Mine proposal
  • Teck backs out of Frontier oil sands project in Canada
  • Financial problems continue for South Korea’s Doosan Heavy Industries
  • Williams Companies shelves proposed Constitution Pipeline in New York
  • Wisconsin utility looking to move forward with 1,000MW solar buildout
  • Australian state government approves plans for 1,200MW wind project in Queensland
  • The climate risk calculus of Teck’s cancellation of Frontier
  • IEEFA U.S.: Wyoming legislative push for carbon-capture subsidy would cost state ratepayers for years to come
  • Low crude prices prompt Teck Resources to write off C$910 million at Fort Hills oil sands operation
  • Column: Current energy stock bear market may be permanent
  • Australia’s Origin says early retirement of 2,880MW Eraring coal plant is possible
  • Germany planning for wind turbines of up to 20MW
  • Hellenic Petroleum to underwrite construction of 204MW solar farm in Greece
  • Profits, production tumble at Whitehaven Coal, Australia’s largest independent miner
  • Mercom India says country’s operating solar capacity climbed to 35.7GW in 2019
  • Global offshore wind capacity topped 27GW in 2019; much more is on the way
  • Chinese company planning to build 500MW of solar in Uganda
  • Florida utility Tampa Electric to add 600MW of solar in next three years
  • New methane data shows gas industry can no longer “hide behind burping cows”
  • Column: Coal-fired power is losing ‘unfair fight’ in India to renewables
  • Column: Green Investing, Like the Earth, Is So Hot Right Now
  • IEEFA presentation: China, Germany, South Australia and California are leaders in embracing the global renewable energy transition
  • IEEFA update: Santos loses $7 billion in write-offs in 5 years
  • S&P: U.S. coal exports fell sharply in fourth quarter of 2019 from year-earlier level
  • Report says India could install 280GW of floating solar PV
  • Scatec Solar starts commercial operation at first phase of 258MW South African solar park
  • Shell to buy output of 100MW battery storage project in U.K., Europe’s largest
  • Coal-heavy co-op signs contract for South Dakota’s largest solar project
  • Why is big oil pumping money into Ventura County’s board of supervisor elections?
  • IEEFA update: China’s state grid group triggers oversight controversy in the Philippines
  • Coal-fired electricity generation in India fell in 2019 for the first time in 10 years
  • Morgan Stanley: 47GW of U.S. coal capacity to be uneconomic by 2024
  • Glencore writes off almost $1 billion at Colombian coal mines due to falling European imports
  • Interest in wind energy picking up across Africa
  • U.K. looks to produce green hydrogen with electricity from Hornsea 2 offshore wind project
  • Competition watchdog says Australia needs more gas because prices are still too high
  • Philippines wants auctions for 2 GW of renewables
  • Philippine regulators tested by woes over State Grid Corp’s stake in grid utility
  • India May Not Achieve Its Renewable Energy Targets By 2022, Says Energy Expert
  • IEEFA Australia: Siemens’ stake in Adani coal mine not even economically sensible
  • Polish utilities suspend work on 1GW Ostroleka coal plant
  • S&P: Plant retirements expected to push U.S. utility coal demand down almost 20% by 2025
  • Royal Bank of Scotland tightens rules for coal lending
  • Rystad Energy says gas flaring in Permian Basin worse than previously thought
  • Montana-Dakota Utilities reaffirms plans to close three coal plant by 2022
  • GE, China, pursue ill-advised African coal power projects
  • How big a deal is BlackRock’s move away from coal?
  • New energy policy direction in Indonesia shows willingness to shift towards renewables
  • Auctions would lower costs and boost renewable power sector in Philippines
  • Greenpeace activist applies to lead PGE, Poland’s coal-burning utility
  • Auctions recommended to boost green energy investment in the Philippines
  • Even Teck Resources thinks Frontier oilsands project in Canada is unlikely to materialize
  • Carbon capture project at San Juan, NM plant could cost investors $450M
  • IEEFA India: Policy certainty and stability sought to increase renewable energy development and investment
  • IEEFA Philippines: Auctions can transform the competitiveness of the power sector
  • Norway’s Statkraft plans to add 9GW of new renewable energy capacity by 2025
  • U.S. oil boom a bust for shale exploration and production companies
  • Tennessee Valley Authority takes first step into solar plus storage market
  • Rooftop and utility-scale solar pushing coal generation out of daytime market in Australia
  • Africa, Middle East wind installations expected to top 10GW through 2024—GWEC
  • Carbon capture project for San Juan Generating Station comes under fire
  • Policy stability will spur renewable growth in India: IEEFA
  • IEEFA Africa: Coal power in Mozambique out-of-date before it begins construction
  • PGE power utility in Poland must move away from coal
  • BP, Shell, Chevron and Exxon profits total nearly $2tn, ‘pass the buck’ on climate change
  • Trans Mountain Pipeline is poor investment for Canadian firm
  • Top coal mines in the Illinois Basin decreased production 2% in 2019
  • IEEFA report: Proposed carbon capture retrofit of San Juan Generating Station does not add up IEEFA report: Proposed carbon capture retrofit of San Juan Generating Station does not add up
  • IEEFA update: South Korea’s KEPCO writes off A$680m Bylong Coal Project in Australia
  • IEEFA update: New coal-fired power could be back on the table for Australia (Podcast)
  • IEEFA report: Poland’s PGE must invest in renewables to replace declining coal profits IEEFA report: Poland’s PGE must invest in renewables to replace declining coal profits
  • U.S. coal executives grapple with rising ESG concerns, more costly access to financial markets
  • Mayflower offshore wind project in Massachusetts to cost $58/MWh
  • Coal-fired electricity generation in France fell 72% in 2019
  • Cost of Dominion’s delayed Atlantic Coast Pipeline rises to $8 billion
  • J.B. Sims coal plant in Michigan closing for good this week
  • Cheap gas, really? Why gas — from coal seams or ships — may not mean low power prices
  • U.S. regulators, industry officials debate length of gas transition bridge
  • Wood Mackenzie: Offshore wind installations to top 22GW annually by 2028
  • Coal shipments at two Wisconsin, Minnesota ports dropped sharply in 2019, wind cargoes set record
  • Poor energy sector returns making divestment decisions easier for university fund managers
  • Baywa building Europe’s largest floating solar project in the Netherlands
  • Globally, transmission is key to large-scale solar projects
  • Decision time for BP as new CEO takes the helm
  • IEEFA update: A loss for the Australian gas consumer and a win for Santos
  • Cost to complete Canada’s Trans Mountain Pipeline project soars to C$12.6 billion, up 70%
  • Column: Changes in LNG market could undercut plans for new Japanese coal plants
  • Record growth in Australian renewables is pushing down electricity prices, threatening coal
  • Britain sets new daily record for wind generation, topping 44% of country’s electricity consumption
  • Renewable energy provided 51% of Portugal’s electricity needs in 2019
  • IEEFA update: Teck Resources, wisely, casts doubt on Frontier Oil Sands mine project IEEFA update: Teck Resources, wisely, casts doubt on Frontier Oil Sands mine project
  • IEEFA webinar: Carbon capture project for San Juan NM coal plant is financially unviable
  • Korea Electric writes off investment for planned Bylong Valley coal mine in Australia
  • Canada’s Teck Resources facing tough start to 2020
  • Total, Adani Green Energy form joint venture targeting India’s solar market
  • New York City mayor to push for legislation banning natural gas, fuel oil use in large buildings
  • Equinor sees potential for 20GW of offshore wind capacity in England’s Dogger Bank area
  • Pittsburgh Municipal Pension Trust Fund explores divestment from fossil fuels
  • IEEFA report: California Schemin’ IEEFA report: California Schemin’
  • IEEFA update: Energy transition presents high risks and big opportunities for Australia IEEFA update: Energy transition presents high risks and big opportunities for Australia
  • Analysts: LNG market turmoil could lead to major decline in U.S. natural gas prices this summer
  • Europe added record 3.6GW of offshore wind capacity in 2019, trade group says
  • Peabody reports 2019 loss, suspends dividend, reduces planned 2020 capital expenditures
  • New Australian study, same old conclusion: Renewables are cheaper than gas, coal
  • Council backs plan to close three units at Dallman coal plant in Springfield, Ill.
  • IEEFA report: India urged to boost competition, modernise and upgrade the grid
  • ExxonMobil’s market value has crumbled by $184 billion
  • For Delhi voters who struggled to breathe two months ago, air pollution is no longer an issue
  • EU coal-fired electricity generation dropped 24% in 2019
  • S&P downgrades ratings of six U.S. shale gas producers, puts negative outlook on sector
  • Powder River Basin coal production fell 14% in fourth quarter compared to year earlier
  • U.K., Israeli firms team up on 420MW subsidy-free solar project in Spain
  • Britain looks to complete country’s coal phaseout by 2024
  • IEEFA update: Bad weather and falling demand put a damper on South Africa’s coal exports IEEFA update: Bad weather and falling demand put a damper on South Africa’s coal exports
  • China’s Coronavirus Clampdown Is Slowing Oil Demand
  • Will big business ever deal with the climate crisis?
  • Anglo American Plc getting ready to exit thermal coal market
  • Netherlands’ largest pension fund to boost sustainable investment, divest coal by 2030
  • TVA closes last unit at Paradise coal plant in Kentucky
  • South Dakota regulators approve state’s first utility-scale solar project
  • Study sees potential for almost 3GW of floating PV capacity at German lignite mines
  • Exxon: An Oil Giant in Crisis
  • Democrats’ Fracking War Heats Up As 2020 Voting Begins
  • Controversial ‘coal bailout’ bill could raise state taxes in Indiana
  • Greenko, ReNew Power win Indian contract to supply 1.2GW of firm renewable electricity
  • ExxonMobil’s Woods still betting on long-term growth in global LNG market
  • IHS Markit: Europe added 23GW of new solar capacity in 2019
  • U.S. installed 9.1GW of new wind in 2019, total capacity now tops 105GW—AWEA
  • Construction of Japan’s first offshore wind farm due to begin this month
  • Fossil fuel companies enjoy large tax breaks in Australia
  • Is natural gas really needed as a “bridge” fuel?
  • Australia: NSW gas deal leaves out local farmers
  • IEEFA update: ExxonMobil reaches deeper into its bag of tricks to pay shareholder dividends IEEFA update: ExxonMobil reaches deeper into its bag of tricks to pay shareholder dividends
  • IEEFA U.S.: Navajo-owned energy company is in trouble
  • IEEFA Australia: PM is locking Australians into high gas prices and a carbonised future 
  • Global growth pushes profits at offshore wind major Ørsted, beyond forecasts
  • Romanian utility to close all its coal-fired power plants, coal mines by 2025
  • Duke Energy shuts 344MW Asheville coal plant in North Carolina
  • Portugal to replace last coal plants in 2023 with hydro power complex
  • Greek wind generation capacity tops 3,500MW after record year of new construction
  • IEEFA Australia: Gas is not a transition fuel, Prime Minister IEEFA Australia: Gas is not a transition fuel, Prime Minister
  • Uniper set to close 2.9GW of German coal capacity by 2025
  • EIA: Renewables could overtake U.S. gas generation by 2034
  • Leading Japanese paper says nation ‘must swiftly abandon coal’ and turn to renewable energy
  • Navigant Research sees global wind capacity doubling by 2028, topping 1,217GW
  • Indonesian government plans to replace 11GW of older coal-fired capacity with renewables
  • IEEFA update: BlackRock to investors: sustainable portfolios provide stronger risk-adjusted returns
  • IEEFA update: ExxonMobil confronts shrinking financial status IEEFA update: ExxonMobil confronts shrinking financial status
  • IEEFA letter: Governor Vazquez urged to pursue alternative path for San Juan, P.R. power plant
  • Carta del IEEFA: Gobernadora Vázquez es instada a seguir un camino alternativo para la central eléctrica de San Juan
  • HSBC backs out of planned 1,980MW coal plant in Vietnam
  • New York state pension fund considering divestment from 27 coal companies
  • German cabinet gives final approval to $55 billion coal plant phaseout plan
  • Corporate renewable energy purchases totaled 19.5GW in 2019—BNEF
  • Australian utility AGL backs plans for ‘giant’ battery in Queensland
  • New York State inches closer to divesting coal from pension fund
  • Teck Resources says ‘anyone’s guess’ if Canada will approve Frontier Oil Sands project
  • Indiana bill seeks to slow decline of coal industry
  • IEEFA update: Bankruptcies multiply for fracking sector IEEFA update: Bankruptcies multiply for fracking sector
  • BlackRock unit sees growing investment opportunity in energy storage market
  • Low gas prices ‘another nail in the coffin’ for coal
  • Belgian companies plan world’s first commercial-scale green hydrogen plant
  • ExxonMobil stock falls to lowest level since 2010
  • Surge of renewable capacity quickly pushing coal off the Spanish grid
  • Longevity of U.S. shale industry is called into question
  • Montana, Wyoming Seek U.S. Supreme Court Hearing on Stalled Washington Coal Port
  • Low gas prices, warm weather pushing coal out of European generation market
  • NextEra’s Robo gives bullish outlook for battery storage
  • S&P: Fourth quarter results for U.S. coal sector likely to be dismal
  • New transmission link to speed South Australia’s transition to 100% renewable energy
  • Construction begins on Vietnam offshore wind farm
  • US coal sector struggling to find a place in an ESG world
  • Oversupply, low prices may turn LNG boom into a bust in 2020
  • Wisconsin co-op to close Genoa coal plant in 2021
  • Solar surge in Vietnam could undercut need for new coal plants
  • Corporate renewable demand prompts coal-heavy Kentucky utilities to build solar
  • Another big solar-plus-storage project proposed for Nevada data center
  • Canada’s LNG proponents overlook impact of methane emissions on climate
  • IEEFA U.S.: Wind farms are forever IEEFA U.S.: Wind farms are forever
  • Moody’s reaffirms its negative outlook on U.S. coal sector
  • Spain looks to boost solar capacity, speed coal phaseout in new energy plan
  • Rapid growth expected in Asian offshore wind market
  • Oklahoma utility makes it official, 650MW Oklaunion coal plant to close in October
  • Rystad Energy: 2020 will be a record year for Australian renewable energy development
  • BlackRock’s coal divestment plan raises questions among financial analysts
  • IEEFA update: BlackRock decision on climate change‒it’s about business
  • New BlackRock coal policy seen as a milestone in divestment movement
  • Indiana co-op to close 1,070MW Merom coal plant in 2023
  • Research firm says 86GW of renewable energy generation now online in India
  • Arizona utility APS to exit coal by 2031, be carbon-free by 2050
  • Total, Marubeni team up on 800MW solar project in Qatar
  • BlackRock puts coal companies on notice
  • IEEFA update: The terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year for oil and gas IEEFA update: The terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year for oil and gas
  • Renewable sector handily tops oil and gas index in 2019 U.S. stock market results
  • S&P: Enel’s shift from coal to renewables a ‘key credit strength’ for Italy-based company
  • Warm winter, low gas prices put squeeze on U.S. coal-fired electric output
  • India’s Azure Power to invest $3.7 billion building 4GW of renewable capacity by 2024
  • Construction starts at U.K.’s Dogger Bank, world’s largest offshore wind farm
  • Larry Fink rules on the best global standards for climate risk reporting
  • IEEFA update: Capital flight from thermal coal is accelerating
  • Oil majors struggle to pay dividends
  • Climate risk fears heightened by bushfires in Australia
  • Fossil Fuel Companies Are Grappling with Climate Change
  • U.S. renewable sector investments topped $55 billion in 2019, a new record
  • German thermal coal imports fell 17.4% in 2019
  • Solar Energy Corporation of India moving forward with plans for 1.2GW of wind, solar hybrid projects
  • Brutal year for U.S. coal companies shows that markets trump rhetoric
  • Trade group expects strong growth in Middle East, North Africa solar capacity
  • Oil majors living beyond their means on investor payouts, IEEFA study finds
  • IEEFA report: Oil majors live beyond their means ‒ can’t pay for dividends, buybacks IEEFA report: Oil majors live beyond their means ‒ can’t pay for dividends, buybacks
  • IEEFA update: BlackRock takes first step towards aligning US$7 trillion fund with Paris Agreement
  • IEEFA report: Teck Resources’ Frontier Oil Sands project shows reckless disregard for financials IEEFA report: Teck Resources’ Frontier Oil Sands project shows reckless disregard for financials
  • Germany moves forward with 40 billion-euro plan to exit all coal generation by 2038
  • Kansas co-op pulls the plug on planned 895MW Holcomb coal plant addition
  • Poland looks to add 10GW of offshore wind capacity by 2027
  • California city approves coal export ban from Levin-Richmond Terminal
  • EIA: U.S. will add 32GW of renewable capacity in 2020, just 9.3GW of gas
  • Teck Resources’ Frontier Oil Sands project disregards financial and environmental risks
  • Teck Resources overestimate expected oil prices from Frontier Oil Sands project
  • Water woes to prompt early closing of 1,067MW Tolk coal plant in Texas
  • Spain’s Iberdrola moving forward with hybrid 320MW solar, wind project in South Australia
  • EIA: Coal’s share of U.S. electricity generation to drop to 21% in 2020
  • Unit of Japan’s NEC Corp. to install 100MW of battery storage capacity in Northern Ireland
  • Record year pushes total Enel Green Power renewable capacity to 46GW
  • IEEFA U.S.: EIA puts its stamp on the electricity-generation transition
  • Chevron’s $11B write-down signals more trouble for fracking industry
  • BlackRock plans to set stricter standards on climate risk
  • Fitch projects 110GW of new solar capacity in Southeast U.S. by 2029
  • Dutch insurer Aegon tightens restrictions on coal power plants, thermal coal mining
  • Appalachian shale producer EQT Corp. may take $1.8 billion fourth quarter charge
  • Largest solar plant in South America begins commercial operations
  • Ørsted begins construction of 752MW offshore wind farm in the Netherlands
  • IEEFA update: India’s top renewables states can learn from South Australia IEEFA update: India’s top renewables states can learn from South Australia
  • BlackRock joins $41trn climate-change investing pact
  • Midwest coal producers attempt to cut costs, escalating pollution worries
  • Declining rig count points to slowing of oil production and a tighter market
  • Reuters: U.S. coal plant closures topped 15GW in 2019
  • Cumulative small-scale rooftop solar installations top 10GW level in Australia
  • Mine reclamation needs in Western U.S. of major concern as coal industry weakens ‒ report
  • France’s EDF to close 580MW Havre coal plant in early 2021
  • Germany’s largest offshore wind farm begins full commercial operation
  • Blackjewel asks bankruptcy court to investigate former CEO
  • Gas production boom, pricing bust squeeze producers in Appalachia
  • Analysts expect continued decline in European coal generation in 2020
  • Tri-State to close Escalante coal plant in New Mexico in 2020, 25 years early
  • Research shows solar-plus-storage is an increasingly viable option for India’s power sector
  • Bad news continues for shale producers in U.S. Appalachian region
  • Budweiser parent InBev signs Europe’s largest corporate solar power purchase deal
  • More trouble for Puerto Rico’s power grid post-earthquake
  • BlackRock joins climate action investor group
  • Low Gas Prices Crush Appalachia Shale Boom
  • IEEFA update: Oil and gas stocks place dead last in 2019, again, despite 30% price rise IEEFA update: Oil and gas stocks place dead last in 2019, again, despite 30% price rise
  • U.K. firm projects offshore wind capacity will top 165GW by 2030
  • Arkansas regulators approve plan to close 721MW Dolet Hills coal plant
  • Malaysia moving ahead with five solar projects totaling almost 500MW
  • New York governor says state will solicit another 1GW of offshore wind this year
  • New joint venture to develop 500MW of solar in Ireland
  • Australia’s bushfires increase pressure to reduce burning fossil fuels
  • ExxonMobil tempers expectations for Q4 earnings
  • Global solar installations to top 140GW in 2020—IHS Markit
  • PacifiCorp to close Unit 4 at Arizona’s Cholla coal plant in 2020, 15 years early
  • Indonesia moves forward with plans for 145MW floating solar project
  • Appeals court tosses permit, further slowing Dominion’s delayed Atlantic Coast Pipeline
  • Google, NV Energy to build solar-plus-storage facility to power Nevada data center
  • More pain ahead for Powder River Basin coal
  • IEEFA U.S.: The coal rebound that didn’t happen IEEFA U.S.: The coal rebound that didn’t happen
  • IEEFA India: Reducing pressure on banking and thermal coal sectors
  • Rhodium Group says U.S. coal-fired generation fell 18% in 2019, now at 1975 levels
  • Government-backed study advocates stopping new coal plant construction in China
  • Indian renewable energy ministry: Country’s offshore wind generation potential may total 70GW
  • Chinese firm completes construction of 50MW Garissa solar farm in Kenya
  • Taiwan’s 128MW Formosa 1 offshore wind farm begins full commercial operation
  • Renewable generation supplied 46% of German electricity demand in 2019
  • U.S. LNG export projects facing uncertain future
  • Spain’s Iberdrola completes largest solar project in Europe
  • Vestas announces 2030 carbon-neutral goal
  • Asian Development Bank helping Vietnam move forward with 400MW of floating solar
  • Spain’s coal-fired electric generation fell to record low 4% of total demand in 2019
  • Two units at Montana’s Colstrip coal plant to be retired this weekend
  • World’s largest floating wind turbine begins generating power off the Portuguese coast
  • ASEAN quickly turning to renewable energy hub
  • Wind and solar generated 50% of Denmark’s electricity in 2019
  • U.S. coal companies battered by investors in 2019, leading sector index drops 53%
  • National Grid: Renewable generation in U.K. topped fossil fuels for entire year
  • India’s NTPC plans to add 10GW of solar generation by 2022
  • China developer planning 1.3GW wind, solar, battery storage hybrid plant
  • Enel closes 158MW coal plant in Chile
  • Australia plans to expand fossil fuel investments despite devastating fires
  • Tim Buckley: Policy reform needed to support India’s energy transition
  • Carbon Capture No Silver Bullet for Struggling Coal Industry
  • Plunging thermal coal prices, falling demand hurt Australian exports
  • Puerto Rico: opponents reject RSA as harmful to consumers and businesses
  • Stranded assets in India’s coal sector slow energy efficiency and transition
  • How has a decade of decline affected a coal industry hub in Missouri?
  • Morgan Stanley analysis sees coal’s share of U.S. electric generation dropping to 8% by 2030
  • The Hartford to limit insurance policies, investments in coal, tar sands sectors
  • Asian Development Bank pledges $1 billion through 2021 for Pacific renewables projects
  • Spain’s Iberdrola to invest $500 million in Australian wind, solar hybrid project
  • Saudi company to build 250MW of solar in Ethiopia for $25/MWh
  • Australian businesses turn increasingly to renewables amidst rising energy prices
  • Bangladesh doubles down on coal in defiance of Paris Agreement, global trends
  • IEEFA update: Tipping point looms for fossil fuels as capital flows to renewables IEEFA update: Tipping point looms for fossil fuels as capital flows to renewables
  • IEEFA Australia: Corporates can save money while supporting growth of renewable energy IEEFA Australia: Corporates can save money while supporting growth of renewable energy
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: El acuerdo de deuda de AEE perjudica a los consumidores, esquiva la crisis subyacente IEEFA Puerto Rico: El acuerdo de deuda de AEE perjudica a los consumidores, esquiva la crisis subyacente
  • U.K. renewable electricity generation tops gas for first time in third quarter
  • Massive 1,200MW wind farm gets key support from Queensland state government
  • U.K. firm to build 50MW, long-duration battery project in Vermont
  • Greek utility to speed up coal phase-out plans
  • SSAB says it will begin producing coal-free steel at Iowa plant by 2026
  • Coal-fired power below projections in India
  • Los Alamos lab study deems feasible San Juan CO2 capture plan
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: PREPA debt deal hurts consumers, dodges underlying crisis IEEFA Puerto Rico: PREPA debt deal hurts consumers, dodges underlying crisis
  • IEEFA update: India gets out of coal and into renewables IEEFA update: India gets out of coal and into renewables
  • IEEFA report: Turkey turns to solar power to boost energy independence IEEFA report: Turkey turns to solar power to boost energy independence
  • Mainland Spain records first day with no coal-fired electric generation
  • Poland may scrap planned expansion of Złoczew lignite mine
  • Florida utility FPL looks to close all coal, oil generation units no later than 2030
  • Indian ratings agency lowers outlook for country’s coal-fired power sector
  • Technology firms driving sharp rise in renewable energy demand in Virginia
  • Global capital moving towards renewables, away from coal
  • Turkey can rapidly expand rooftop solar with effective incentives
  • Warren Buffett green investments under fire from pro-coal Wyoming officials
  • IEEFA report: India’s stranded asset risk in thermal power sector underestimated
  • Hong Kong power company CLP Holdings to stop building coal-fired generation
  • Australian firm shows climate friendly stocks can be profitable investments too
  • Colorado utilities to join California’s western energy market, boosting options for renewables
  • Kosovo moving forward with 105MW wind farm
  • GE’s massive new wind turbine begins selling electricity to Dutch utility
  • IEEFA report: Bundling rooftop solar, storage and an electric vehicle becoming cheaper in Australia IEEFA report: Bundling rooftop solar, storage and an electric vehicle becoming cheaper in Australia
  • IEA: Global coal demand to fall in 2019, remain roughly flat to 2024
  • Uncertainty, delay continue for Dominion’s Atlantic Coast gas pipeline
  • Standard Chartered tightens coal finance rules, will pull out of three pending projects
  • China moves forward with 16GW renewable energy project in Qinghai province
  • Xcel begins construction of 522MW wind farm in New Mexico
  • As coal declines, Australia could follow Germany’s ‘just transition’ example
  • Goldman Sachs tightens fossil fuel financing policies, pledges billions for ‘climate transition’
  • Endesa to replace 1.1GW Teruel coal plant with solar, wind and battery storage
  • U.S. offshore wind industry could become $70 billion business by 2030—AWEA
  • Liberty Mutual to stop insuring thermal coal projects
  • U.K.’s largest subsidy-free solar farm begins commercial operation
  • India needs to revisit plans for new coal plants to meet climate commitments
  • Opponents push Canadian government to update cost estimates for Trans Mountain pipeline
  • Energy major Iberdrola aiming for ‘virtually zero emissions’ in Europe by 2030
  • Record-setting quarter pushes installed U.S. solar capacity to more than 71GW
  • India’s Azure Power wins contract for 2GW of solar from SECI
  • Renewables have accounted for 36% of Spain’s 2019 electricity generation through November
  • IEEFA update: New Mexico emerges as a proxy for the U.S. electricity sector transition IEEFA update: New Mexico emerges as a proxy for the U.S. electricity sector transition
  • IEEFA report: Solar potential in Australia warrants investing in electric vehicle market
  • Analysts see more write-downs coming in U.S. shale sector
  • First large-scale wind farm in West Africa begins producing power
  • California regulators okay early shutdown of GE-owned, 800MW gas-fired power plant
  • Corporate interest in renewable energy growing fast in Australia
  • Denmark moves forward with plan for 10GW of offshore wind
  • Argentina seeks U.S.-style fracking boom despite warning signs
  • Combining home solar with batteries and EVs: solid option for Australia
  • Gore urges China to stop financing global coal industry
  • IEEFA India: Government incentives increasing green investment by state-owned enterprises
  • IEEFA Australia: Expert to put gas industry and Northern Territory energy strategies under microscope this week
  • Coal-fired electric generation in India expected to fall for the first time in 14 years
  • Credit Suisse to stop funding new coal-fired power plant development
  • Chevron to take massive write-down due to Appalachian shale woes
  • Montana’s largest utility to boost stake in Colstrip coal plant
  • Australian regulator sees residential solar providing 25% of country’s electricity by 2040
  • Chevron’s $11 billion write-down sends up red flags to global oil industry
  • IEEFA report: Dim future for Illinois Basin coal IEEFA report: Dim future for Illinois Basin coal
  • Actualización del IEEFA: Evaluar la transformación energética de Puerto Rico, una oportunidad para definir y promover el interés público Actualización del IEEFA: Evaluar la transformación energética de Puerto Rico, una oportunidad para definir y promover el interés público
  • Indiana utility proposes early closure for two units at Petersburg coal plant
  • Enel completes largest battery storage project in New York City
  • European solar installations expected to total 16.7GW in 2019, with more to come
  • U.K. wind generation sets new record, tops 16GW
  • AEMC says renewable generation will push electricity prices down across Australia
  • Insurer Storebrand says $24 billion managed by its Swedish unit is now fossil-free
  • Wyoming issues construction permit for 780MW, $1billion wind development
  • South Korea moving forward with world’s largest floating solar project
  • Argentina completes construction at 312MW solar farm, eyes 200MW expansion
  • IEEFA update: Evaluating Puerto Rico’s energy transformation, an opportunity to define and promote the public interest IEEFA update: Evaluating Puerto Rico’s energy transformation, an opportunity to define and promote the public interest
  • IEEFA update: Norway’s 2020 budget signals hard choices ahead IEEFA update: Norway’s 2020 budget signals hard choices ahead
  • Colstrip’s new coal supply contract likely to raise price of plant’s electricity generation
  • Ørsted to study using emissions-free wind generation to produce ‘green hydrogen’
  • BP boosts stake in solar developer Lightsource
  • Connecticut selects Vineyard Wind to build 804MW Park City offshore wind project
  • North Macedonia to replace closed coal plant generation with solar projects
  • IEEFA Argentina: La producción de petróleo y gas en Vaca Muerta, en la Patagonia, a la espera de que el nuevo presidente del país marque el rumbo IEEFA Argentina: La producción de petróleo y gas en Vaca Muerta, en la Patagonia, a la espera de que el nuevo presidente del país marque el rumbo
  • IEEFA Argentina: Oil and gas production in Vaca Muerta, Patagonia awaits direction from new leadership IEEFA Argentina: Oil and gas production in Vaca Muerta, Patagonia awaits direction from new leadership
  • IEEFA primer: Cleanup costs supersede most other liabilities in oil and gas bankruptcies IEEFA primer: Cleanup costs supersede most other liabilities in oil and gas bankruptcies
  • S&P: Market capitalization of top U.S. coal companies has fallen 59% in 2019
  • Utility secures approval for three large solar-plus-storage projects in Nevada
  • Scottish Power to add solar, battery storage to existing wind farms
  • U.S. shale producers still struggling to find a profitable path
  • Solar development taking hold in Kazakhstan
  • IEEFA update: Eskom’s international customers are turning towards solar IEEFA update: Eskom’s international customers are turning towards solar
  • Survey finds private equity investors looking to boost renewable holdings, cut oil and gas ties
  • India on track to meet 100GW solar target by 2022, minister says
  • Ørsted signs biggest-ever corporate deal for offshore windpower
  • Investors plan to use Repsol’s net zero carbon commitment to pressure rest of oil and gas sector
  • Nevada regulators consider plan to require 1,000MW of battery storage statewide by 2030
  • Judge questions high professional fees in Blackjewel bankruptcy case
  • Global electricity production from coal falling by 3% in 2019
  • IEEFA Australia: Gas industry cries wolf one too many times on gas shortages
  • IEEFA Europe: World Bank says renewable energy, efficiency are Kosovo’s least-cost electricity options IEEFA Europe: World Bank says renewable energy, efficiency are Kosovo’s least-cost electricity options
  • IEEFA update: Global capital acknowledges stranded asset risks
  • First South Korean insurance company announces plans to exit coal finance market
  • Ireland moves forward with 70% by 2030 green energy goal
  • China targets uneconomic coal-fired capacity in three-year trial program
  • RenewableUK says country’s battery storage pipeline has jumped to 10.5GW in past year
  • Consulting firm predicts wind power will supply 30% of global electricity by 2050
  • Insurance becoming increasingly hard to get for global coal industry
  • Iberdrola to replace its last two coal plants in Spain with subsidy-free solar, wind
  • Investor groups push major auditing firms to pay greater attention to climate change risks
  • Vistra CEO: Economics, renewables continue to press company’s coal plants
  • Dutch company moves forward with major off-grid solar initiative in Nigeria
  • IEEFA Australia: Adani Group to receive up to $900m in early Christmas present from Queenslanders
  • IEEFA India: India’s electricity sector transformation has made progress in 2019/20 IEEFA India: India’s electricity sector transformation has made progress in 2019/20
  • IEEFA Europe: Looming EU anti-pollution standards undercut recent coal investments
  • IEEFA update: Appalachia fracking industry faces uphill battle for earnings IEEFA update: Appalachia fracking industry faces uphill battle for earnings
  • IEEFA testimony: Support for Massachusetts bills allowing fossil fuel divestment IEEFA testimony: Support for Massachusetts bills allowing fossil fuel divestment
  • European utility major Enel plans 14GW of new renewable generation by 2022
  • UniCredit, Italy’s largest bank, to stop thermal coal lending activity by 2023
  • New Mexico utility says carbon capture plan too expensive, backs coal plant closure
  • Brazilian mining company to take $1.6 billion charge, shift focus from thermal to met coal
  • French insurer AXA speeds coal industry exit plans
  • Closure of Navajo Generation Station tests Green New Deal
  • Wind energy boom under way in Sweden
  • Mitsubishi to expand in Europe with $4.5 billion purchase of Dutch energy company
  • U.S. coal mining jobs fall to near-record low levels
  • U.K. company sees potential for 20MW offshore wind turbine within three years
  • U.S. coal exports tumble 24% in third quarter
  • Critics raise red flags over carbon capture plan for San Juan Generating Station
  • Murray Energy bankruptcy raises alarm over mine cleanup fund in Ohio
  • Solar, wind and hydro power could soon overtake coal in U.S.
  • IEEFA update: Global coal power set for record fall in 2019
  • IEEFA Australia: Oil and gas industry paying less tax than Telstra
  • Global coal generation expected to drop by a record 3% this year
  • KPMG analysis sees more problems ahead for India’s coal generation sector
  • Citigroup warns that the boom in U.S. LNG exports could be headed for a 2020 bust
  • Coal analysts say bankruptcy filing is ‘increasingly likely’ for Illinois Basin’s Foresight Energy
  • German developer plans to build 800MW of unsubsidized solar in Italy
  • Coal-fired electricity set to fall globally in 2019
  • Global coal power expected to fall, helping slow GHG emissions
  • Coal-fired power to drop record 300 TWh in 2019, down 3% on year: analysts
  • Coal-fired generation falling globally: South Africa high emitter
  • A quiet decline: As the natural gas market falters, Wyoming has a lot to lose
  • Solar power brings electricity and jobs to remote Southwest tribal lands
  • IEEFA update: Renewable generation in U.S. is set to surpass coal in 2021 IEEFA update: Renewable generation in U.S. is set to surpass coal in 2021
  • Pakistan planning to add 8,000MW of renewable energy to national grid
  • Indiana utility says coal phaseout, new renewables will save customers $4 billion
  • Avista agrees to plans to exit Colstrip coal plant by 2025
  • Australia’s New South Wales to create 3,000MW ‘renewable energy zone’ to speed wind, solar projects
  • Ivory Coast, IFC sign deal for 60MW of new solar
  • Moody’s drops Exxon’s credit outlook to “negative” over cash-flow concerns
  • U.S. fracking industry awash with cheap gas but little to show for it
  • IEEFA update: Moody’s adjusts ExxonMobil credit outlook to negative IEEFA update: Moody’s adjusts ExxonMobil credit outlook to negative
  • Vietnam’s offshore wind industry on the verge of significant growth
  • Data shows significant increase in gas flaring in Texas
  • Enviro groups sue to block expansion of Rosebud mine in Montana
  • Seoul government backs major expansion of rooftop solar in the South Korean capital
  • Florida municipal utilities break ground on 223MW solar project
  • Solar power in Southeast Asia booming as costs drop below gas-generation
  • Puerto Rico update: Queremos Sol coalition calls for adopting decentralized and renewables-based energy plan Puerto Rico update: Queremos Sol coalition calls for adopting decentralized and renewables-based energy plan
  • U.S. coal companies, analysts expect strong financial headwinds to continue through 2020
  • Cash woes prompt Moody’s to lower outlook for ExxonMobil’s credit rating
  • Corporate buyers a big reason behind Australia’s renewable energy boom
  • ReNew Power tops 5GW of operating renewable energy capacity in India
  • New Jersey governor raises state’s offshore wind goal to 7,500MW by 2035
  • Canada: Trans Mountain pipeline project received $320M in subsidies in 2019
  • Adani says Carmichael mine ready to ship coal in 2021 despite needing extra funding
  • U.S. West Coast states block coal export projects but proponents keep pushing
  • IEEFA update: Fracking sector spills more red ink in Q3 IEEFA update: Fracking sector spills more red ink in Q3
  • IEEFA report: Additional $320 million in subsidies used to finance Trans Mountain Pipeline in first half of 2019 IEEFA report: Additional $320 million in subsidies used to finance Trans Mountain Pipeline in first half of 2019
  • Navajo Generating Station, largest coal plant in the western U.S., closes
  • Low demand, growing renewable generation forcing India’s coal plants offline
  • Neoen to expand Hornsdale battery in Australia, target new market opportunities
  • France to build 1GW of new wind capacity off the Normandy coast
  • It’s official: Somerset coal plant in New York to close within 90 days
  • Asian investment bank expects $100 million annual investment in India’s renewables sector
  • Iberdrola expands into Australia, pledges to “relaunch clean energies in Spain”
  • Contura Energy’s big bet on met coal is turning into a big bust
  • IFC study sees significant opportunity for distributed solar in Myanmar
  • Richmond, Calif. city council considers coal export ban
  • Northland Power, Shizen Energy team up, target Japan’s offshore wind market
  • Pakistan signs deals for 560MW of new wind power
  • Kenya: Activists praise African development bank for exiting Lamu coal project
  • European Investment Bank to stop funding natural gas projects by 2022
  • Cost overruns pose new concerns for Dominion’s long-delayed Atlantic Coast Pipeline
  • SRP to build massive 250MW/1,000MWh battery storage project in Arizona
  • Spain’s Iberdrola enters Australian market with 320MW solar-wind hybrid project
  • IEA study finds coal mines are a significant source of methane emissions
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: Court examiner finds PREPA bond deal fees are out of control IEEFA Puerto Rico: Court examiner finds PREPA bond deal fees are out of control
  • IEEFA Puerto Rico: Examinador de la corte encuentra que las tarifas del acuerdo de bonos AEE están fuera de control IEEFA Puerto Rico: Examinador de la corte encuentra que las tarifas del acuerdo de bonos AEE están fuera de control
  • Sweden’s central bank will no longer hold bonds from major carbon dioxide-emitting entities
  • Offshore wind leader Ørsted takes first step into solar-plus-storage market
  • African Development Bank will not fund proposed Kenya coal plant
  • Despite China slowdown, IHS Markit expects 129GW of new solar capacity in 2019
  • Agreement to close Illinois coal plant may offer template for workforce transition
  • IEEFA update: Navajo Nation’s refusal to support NTEC is an act of sovereign responsibility IEEFA update: Navajo Nation’s refusal to support NTEC is an act of sovereign responsibility
  • IEEFA update: ExxonMobil abandons goal of “quick cash” from Permian fracking IEEFA update: ExxonMobil abandons goal of “quick cash” from Permian fracking
  • IEEFA Indonesia: The case for power system transformation
  • IRENA: Solar generation to account for 13% of global total by 2030
  • Navajo Nation president says NTEC is on its own in purchase of Powder River Basin coal mines
  • New steelmaking technology could pose major threat to future demand for metallurgical coal
  • Draft law would begin German hard coal phaseout in 2020
  • New York governor threatens to revoke National Grid’s utility license in pipeline dispute
  • IEEFA op ed: China’s “clean” coal technology dream describes a problem, not a solution
  • Anglo American eyes exit from thermal coal production sector
  • Slowing electricity demand, renewable competition undercutting coal in India
  • Japan looks to turn area around Fukushima into renewable energy hub
  • Poland’s new draft energy plan would cut coal, boost renewable electricity generation
  • Editorial: Planned Sunflower coal plant ‘is an idea whose time has expired’
  • Opponents sound alarm over planned gas plant expansion in New Orleans
  • Africa turns increasingly to renewables and gas to meet rising energy demand
  • Rural electric co-ops in New Mexico and Colorado speed towards renewables
  • Financial crisis delays Vaca Muerta gas pipeline project in Patagonia, Argentina
  • Clean energy demand is fueling need for batteries, lots of batteries
  • Cost of renewables continues to fall although slower than before: Lazard
  • Solar and wind continue to gain cost advantag