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The World Bank’s Bad Energy-Policy Call in Kosovo
We’ve just published a study concluding that the proposed coal-fired New Kosovo Power Plant—if it’s built—would increase electricity prices by as much as 50 percent in Kosovo and damage the economy of the small country.
January 11, 2016
Tom Sanzillo, David Schlissel
Shame on the World Bank for Supporting an Absurdly Expensive Coal-Fired …
The lignite-fired New Kosovo Power Plant project has been under development for more than a decade, yet there is still an astonishing lack of official information about it. What little detail has emerged now and again has changed from year to…
January 22, 2016
Visar Azemi
IEEFA India: How $1 Billion in World Bank Lending Is Helping Drive a Solar Boom
July 05, 2016
Tim Buckley
… Would Be a Far Cheaper Way to Power Kosovo Than What the World Bank Wants to Do
A preponderance of evidence supports our view that renewable energy would be cheaper and cleaner than the proposed coal-fired New Kosovo Power Plant.
May 09, 2016
Tom Sanzillo, Visar Azemi
IEEFA Europe: World Bank says renewable energy, efficiency are Kosovo’s …
World Bank says renewable energy, efficiency are Kosovo’s …
December 03, 2019
Gerard Wynn
Report Questions World Bank and U.S. Involvement in East Europe Coal-Fired …
CLEVELAND, Jan 11, 2016 (IEEFA) – The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis today published a study concluding that the proposed coal-fired New Kosovo Power Plant would likely drive up electricity prices by 50 percent in…
January 10, 2016
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April 18, 2022
How Reserve Bank of India can play a role in building resilience against …
Central banks need to conduct stress tests of the financial system …
July 26, 2022
Shantanu Srivastava
Investment Bank Blindness to Risk in Fossil-Fuel Sector
When did the finance industry abandon basic long-term business and investment principles? And why does an environmental organization have to play the role of canary in the coal mine?
June 14, 2016
Tom Sanzillo
Norden is Leading the World on Fossil Fuel Divestment
The Nordic region is leading the world when it comes to divesting from thermal coal.
February 01, 2020
Tim Buckley
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