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Renewable energy tenders issuance in India not in tandem with government targets
Reasons for the fall in renewable energy tenders and the way forward to raise the tender issuance to help meet India its 2030 climate goals.
February 19, 2023
Vibhuti Garg, Prabhakar Sharma, Jyoti Gulia...
India needs to increase renewables tender issuance to meet clean energy targets
16 February (IEEFA India & JMK Research): Variable renewable energy tenders issued annually in India have fallen from 40 gigawatts (GW) in 2019 to about 28GW in 2022.
February 18, 2023
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From intent to action: India well poised to become a global leader in green hydrogen
For India to achieve its net zero goal by 2070, it must decarbonise not only electricity but other sectors like steel, cement, and refining. Green hydrogen offers a promising way forward.
January 11, 2023
Vibhuti Garg
KEPCO cannot keep resorting to bonds to pay fossil-linked debt
KEPCO will not hit its peak bond maturity until 2025 – yet it faces refinancing risk close to US$9 billion within the next 12 months, given the potential default and the lack of clear strategy out of this mess. In any case, the refinancing…
December 14, 2022
Christina Ng
India projected to add 35-40GW of renewable energy capacity annually to FY2029/30
13 October (IEEFA India & CEF): India’s renewable energy installations are projected to grow rapidly with 35-40 gigawatts (GW) added annually through to the fiscal year (FY) 2029/30, according to a new report by the Institute for Energy…
October 12, 2022
Press Release
India's renewable energy journey: Short-term hiccups but long-term trajectory intact
We believe the long-term trajectory for renewable energy in India is still intact, even though recent global events have pushed policymakers to expand the use of domestic thermal energy. IEEFA and CEF forecast that India will add 35-40GW…
October 12, 2022
Vibhuti Garg, Tim Buckley, Shantanu Srivastava...
Rampal coal plant inauguration won’t solve Bangladesh’s power woes
… new plant – a joint venture between state-owned companies NTPC of India and the Bangladesh Power Development Board …
September 07, 2022
Simon Nicholas
India must act fast to avoid trailing in the global race for green hydrogen
The government should formulate the second phase of the green hydrogen policy and release it as soon as possible so that the buzz for green hydrogen does not fizzle out. A delay in acting could lead to India missing out on a big opportunity. …
September 01, 2022
Kashish Shah
Assessing the decarbonisation pathways of India's power sector giants
Indian power sector giants NTPC and Tata Power require massive capital to fund their … business models. However, to unlock this transition finance NTPC and Tata Power will need to establish formal, …
August 10, 2022
Saurabh Trivedi, Christina Ng
More ambitious emissions reduction targets will help Indian fossil fuel giants tap global transition finance
… opportunity for Indian power sector giants such as NTPC and Tata Power to fund their clean energy transitions. …
August 10, 2022
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