IEEFA

Renewables can Help Kosovo Break From Coal-Powered Past: IEEFA

Strong performance by its first large-scale wind and solar farms shows that Kosovo can exploit falling renewables costs to move away from fossil fuel. Strong performance by the first large-scale wind and solar farms in Kosovo shows the coal-dominated, Western Balkan country can exploit falling renewables costs and green lending appetite to align better with […]

Read more

Discoms Could Save ~Rs 22K Cr due to Indexed RE Tariff: IEEFA & CEEW

“Our modelling shows that the Discoms could save up to Rs 21,880 crore over the next five-year period under a partially indexed tariff structure” The inflation indexation of tariffs for future solar capacity could provide much-needed financial respite to the distressed power distribution sector (Discoms) and help India move away from coal-fired power, according to […]

Read more

Green Term-Ahead Market Will Boost RE Trading in India

By August 2020, India had 88 gigawatts (GW) of installed renewable energy capacity. In the pipeline, as of June 2020, there was 47 GW of solar, wind and hybrid projects with another 24 GW of projects in the bidding phase (where tenders have been issued but auctions are yet to complete). And the start of trading on August 21, […]

Read more

Wind-Solar Hybrid Projects Estimated to Reach 11.7 GW by 2023: Report

India’s total wind-solar hybrid capacity is expected to grow rapidly to reach nearly 11.7 GW by 2023, according to a new report by IEEFA and JMK Research. India’s total wind-solar hybrid capacity is expected to grow rapidly to reach nearly 11.7 gigawatts (GW) by 2023, according to a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and […]

Read more

India’s Renewable Energy Sector is Still Primed for Growth: IEEFA

While the pace of renewable energy growth has slowed in India, positive outcomes in recent auctions suggest there remains plenty of appetite among domestic and foreign investors to build renewable infrastructure, according to a new IEEFA briefing note. Policy-related headwinds and a collapse in electricity demand due to the COVID-19 crisis have disrupted India’s renewable energy […]

Read more

Vietnam’s new PDP Must Optimise Renewables and Avoid Fossil Fuel Lock-in

Implementing Vietnam’s soon-to-be-launched next Power Development Plan will ultimately depend on the country’s ability to mobilize more innovative sources of offshore financing, finds a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). Vietnam is poised to launch Power Development Master Plan 8 (PDP 8) for the next decade featuring a timely departure from […]

Read more

Renewables Rich Rajasthan can Lead India’s Energy Transition: IEEFA

IEEFA finds that Rajasthan can play a key leadership role in India’s transition to a low-emission and low-cost electricity system. As India looks to expand its renewable energy capacity, a new report from IEEFA finds that Rajasthan can play a key leadership role in India’s transition to a low-cost, low-emission, profitable electricity system. The state’s installed […]

Read more

Unlikely That India Will Match Record-Low Gulf Solar Tariffs: Report

A new report finds it is unlikely that India will be able to overtake the Gulf region to provide the world’s cheapest solar power in the near term. A number of countries in the Gulf region have set record-low prices for solar in recent years, leading to hopes that India and other countries may soon be able […]

Read more

As Oil and Gas Shrink, Wind Industry Takes Over in Texas: IEEFA

The wind industry in West Texas is booming an area known historically for its boom-and-bust oil cycles, concludes a report published by IEEFA. The wind industry in West Texas continues to create jobs, increase local tax revenues and drive economic development in an area known historically for its boom-and-bust oil cycles, concludes a report published by the Institute for Energy Economics […]

Read more
      SUBSCRIBE NEWS LETTER
Scroll