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IEEFA Europe: RWE’s costly faith in lignite
October 24, 2018
Gerard Wynn
Lignite retreat: RWE's short-term pain, long-term gain
German utility RWE would benefit in the medium to long term by moving now …
October 01, 2018
Gerard Wynn, Paolo Coghe
IEEFA Germany: RWE’s coal phaseout compensation demands defy market prices
… of compensation claims by Germany’s biggest utility, RWE, under the country’s pending coal phaseout plan.
February 21, 2019
Gerard Wynn
IEEFA Europe: New Blueprints by Energy Giants RWE and E.ON Face Market Test
In reporting annual first-half results this week, Europe’s two biggest utilities offered some hints as strategies in which they have created new units to separate newer energy assets from older ones.
August 12, 2016
Gerard Wynn
IEEFA update: RWE, Uniper risk prolonging Dutch coal mistakes via …
March 22, 2019
Gerard Wynn
IEEFA Germany: Halving RWE’s lignite output could spur low-carbon shift, avoid …
Oct 23, 2018, LONDON (IEEFA) – In a
October 23, 2018
Press Release
Proposed Gacko II lignite-fired power plant is a non-starter
The proposed new lignite-fired plant, Gacko II, in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, would become a stranded asset under several scenarios and even with generous assumptions that favour lignite generation
March 07, 2023
Press Release
IEEFA/EMBER: Energy giants demand billions from Dutch taxpayers for stranded coal assets
Coal assets held by RWE and Uniper in the Netherlands are already economically …
April 28, 2021
Arjun Flora, Sarah Brown
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...
IEEFA update: European utilities at risk from Credit Agricole’s new 2030 coal exit stance
June 7, 2019 (LONDON) – Paris-based Credit Agricole has become one of the first banks to join a growing investor coalition demanding that electric utilities exit coal generation by 2030, underscoring the urgency for strategic change at major…
June 07, 2019
Gerard Wynn
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