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More ambitious emissions reduction targets will help Indian fossil fuel giants tap global transition finance
10 August 2022 (IEEFA India): Global green capital presents a multi-billion-dollar opportunity for Indian power sector giants such as NTPC and Tata Power to fund their clean energy transitions.
August 10, 2022
IEEFA: India's renewable energy journey: Two steps forward, one step back
More focus on rooftop and decentralised solar power would help boost renewable capacity growth
May 27, 2022
Kashish Shah
IEEFA India: With green bonds announced in Budget 2022, the sun continues to shine for renewable energy financing
3 February 2022 (IEEFA India): As India’s renewable energy sector growth continues to outpace all other global economies, as shown in a new report out today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), the Budget…
February 03, 2022
IEEFA India: Renewable energy sector could attract a flood of global capital to meet climate targets
India is the world’s fourth largest energy consumer and among the fastest growing large economies.
November 10, 2021
Shantanu Srivastava
IEEFA Europe: Snam and the hydrogen distraction
Earlier today, Marco Alverà, CEO of Snam, Europe’s largest gas pipeline company, published an opinion piece in the Financial Times (FT), titled “Energy is on the cusp of a new era.” In it, Alverà extols the virtues of hydrogen as an energy…
July 14, 2021
Arjun Flora
IEEFA: These 7 auctions show India’s renewables sector is still primed for growth
September 22, 2020
NSW’s bullish coal export plan defies the global market realities
The NSW government’s new strategic statement on coal exploration and mining has been unveiled, just as COVID-19 accelerates the energy transition away from fossil fuels. The statement optimistically maintains that global demand for thermal…
June 25, 2020
Simon Nicholas
IEEFA update: BlackRock takes first step towards aligning US$7 trillion fund with Paris Agreement
January 15, 2020 (IEEFA) – The world’s largest fund manager announced overnight it is cutting companies that derive a quarter or more of their profits from thermal coal from its actively managed portfolios, in response to climate change. …
January 16, 2020
Tim Buckley, Tom Sanzillo, Melissa Brown...
Eskom’s international customers are turning towards solar
… Further solar projects announced to reduce reliance on Eskom and hydro Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe now … very large solar programs After South African power utility Eskom announced its interim financial results last week, …
December 04, 2019
Simon Nicholas
IEEFA Europe: Looming EU anti-pollution standards undercut recent coal investments
New anti-pollution standards in the European Union that take effect in 2021 are highlighting how cheap coal power plants are no longer an opportunity for buyers to make a quick buck, or grow market share, putting pressure on selling utilities…
November 27, 2019
Gerard Wynn
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