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New Net-Metering cap Risks Stalling Rooftop Solar Progress in India: IEEFA

A new regulation that excludes rooftop solar systems over 10 kW from net metering could stall progress for rooftop solar targets of India A new regulation that excludes rooftop solar systems over 10 kilowatts (kW) from net metering will stall the adoption of larger installations in India, undermining progress towards the government’s rooftop solar target […]

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Global Capital Pool Mobilising to Invest in Renewable Projects in India: IEEFA

A new IEEFA report has detailed how a huge global capital pool is mobilising to invest in renewable energy and grid projects in India. A new report has detailed how a huge global capital pool is mobilising to invest in renewable energy and grid projects in India. According to the Institute for Energy Economics and […]

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Power System Overcapacity Problem in Bangladesh Getting Worse: IEEFA

Overcapacity in the power system of Bangladesh has worsened and threatens to deteriorate further according to a new briefing note by IEEFA. Overcapacity in the power system of Bangladesh has worsened and threatens to deteriorate further according to a new briefing note released by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). Data from […]

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New Policies Aid 25-fold Jump in Rooftop Solar Installations in Vietnam: IEEFA

A new IEEFA note details that there are now over 101,000 rooftop solar systems deployed over residential, C&I premises across Vietnam A new research note from IEEFA details that as of December 31, 2020, the closing date for eligibility to the second solar feed-in-tariff program, a total of 9.3 gigawatts peak (GWp) (or 7.4 GW) […]

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Neglecting Renewables Could Cost Indonesia’s Energy Edge: IEEFA

No country is immune to the rapid disruption occurring in the global energy sector. New technological innovations in both supply and demand have changed the technical versus economic discourse. Renewables are now cheaper than any fossil fuel in most parts of the world. And Indonesia’s no exception to this transition as per IEEFA. The sharp […]

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India’s Solar Manufacturing- A Tale of failed Government Initiatives

India’s solar manufacturing prowess, or lack of it, has been a regular cause for concern ever since the country started powering forward in capacity additions from 2016 onwards. A new report from IEEFA and JMK Analytics puts the spotlight on the sector, especially on its failure to ramp up even as demand went up domestically. […]

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PLN has ‘Green Ambition’ but is Short on Renewable Energy Credibility: IEEFA

IEEFA finds that PLN must be prepared for a much higher level of scrutiny when the company launches its debut green and/or sustainable bonds. Indonesian state-owned electricity company PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) is preparing to issue a “green and/or sustainable financing” instrument as early as January 2021 following the publication of its Statement of Intent […]

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Increasing Stakes in Intrastate Transmission Will Drive RE Growth in India: IEEFA

IEEFA recommends increasing competition in the intrastate transmission sector to speed up the deployment of renewable energy in India A new IEEFA report recommends increasing competition in the development of intrastate transmission infrastructure, to speed up the deployment of renewable energy in India. “As the share of increasingly low cost but variable renewable energy grows, development […]

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Key Factors Behind India’s Record Low Solar Tariff of Rs 2/kWh: IEEFA

In the recent SECI auction, India set a new record low solar tariff of Rs 2/kWh, IEEFA takes a look at the key factors behind it. In the recent Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) auction which was concluded on November 23, 2020, India set a new record low tariff for solar projects at Rs […]

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