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IEEFA U.S.: Ratepayers face risks with Project Tundra’s retrofit of aging N.D. coal-fired plant
September 22, 2020
News
IEEFA: Ohio and Indiana, Ageing and Expensive Coal Plants
April 8, 2020 (IEEFA U.S.) – Hoosiers could be on the hook for an additional $128 million as a result of House Bill 1414 which was passed by the Indiana General Assembly in March, according to a report released today by the Institute for…
April 08, 2020
News
IEEFA U.S.: Transition to renewables has taken hold in historically coal-dependent northern Indiana
It’s hard to overstate the importance of Northern Indiana Public Service Company’s announcement late last month that it intends to phase out all its coal-fired generation over the next 10 years.
November 16, 2018
Dennis Wamsted
Report
IEEFA update: Duke Energy’s costly Edwardsport coal-gasification project continues to underperform
August 01, 2018
David Schlissel
Report
IEEFA Update: Modernization Is the Ticket to National Energy Security
Most discussion around the possibility of the federal government invoking the Defense Production Act of 1950 in order to keep failing coal-fired and nuclear electricity plants alive has avoided exploring more sensible policy recommendations. …
May 14, 2018
David Schlissel
Report
IEEFA Report: ‘National Security’ Argument for Saving 2 Power Plants Is a Red Herring Meant to Distract From an Ohio Valley Electric Bailout
June 20, 2017  (IEEFA.org) – The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) today published a research brief questioning a bill in the Ohio legislature that would bail out two failing coal-fired power plants owned by the…
June 20, 2017
News
IEEFA Update: Electricity Auctions Across Major Swaths of U.S. Spell Further Distress for Fading Coal Plants
Coal-fired electricity plants across much of the U.S. earn their revenues by selling megawatt hours (MWh) into competitive wholesale capacity markets in the capacity that generation represents in megawatts (MW).
June 06, 2017
David Schlissel
Report
Electric Grid Managers: Quasi-Public Corporations Gone Wild (and in Secret)
A fact little known to most Americans is that the grid they rely on for electricity is controlled by quasi-public organizations whose lavishly paid executives and board members conduct business in deep secret. Independent system operators, or…
March 24, 2015
Larry Shapiro
Report
Divestment in the U.K.; IEEFA’s Cathy Kunkel on FirstEnergy; Opposition to Dynergy Move; Bank Risk in Australia
THE BBC REPORTS THIS MORNING that Glasgow University has become the first British institution of higher learning to decide to sell its fossil-fuel holdings.
October 14, 2014
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