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 […]

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SEforALL Report on State of Global Mini-Grid Markets 2020

The Mini-Grids Partnership (MGP) report is a culmination of combined effort and true collaboration between different organizations. This report was commissioned by Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL), on behalf of the MGP, a consortium of over 300 stakeholders with representation from funders/financiers, government, private sector/industry and other enablers. It aims to raise awareness about mini-grids, […]

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CPI Report on Global Landscape of Climate Finance 2019

Four years after world leaders negotiated the Paris Climate Agreement, national policies and market signals are starting to reflect the urgency of increasing finance into areas of the economy that address climate change. However, a new study shows that while investment in climate action has been steadily increasing, it remains far short of the economy-wide transformation […]

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Wind & Solar With Storage to Ease Energy Transition in Australia

Growth of renewables has changed the market dynamics of the electricity system in Australia, and stakeholders now prefer Battery storage-backed wind and solar farms The growth of variable renewable energy and distributed energy resources has changed the market dynamics of the electricity system in Australia. To meet the increasing demand for power in the country […]

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IEEFA Report on Indonesia’s Solar Policies, Designed to Fail?

Consistent and market-relevant enabling policies are key to building affordable solar power. Unfortunately, this basic principle has been overlooked as Indonesia has cycled through a patchwork of solar policies that have driven many experienced investors and developers to the sidelines. The proof is in the numbers. Despite having substantial solar resources, Indonesia’s solar policy framework […]

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IEEFA Report on Electric Vehicles and Batteries Can Drive Growth of Residential Solar

This report assesses the prospects for residential solar, batteries and electric vehicles (EVs) in Britain and Germany. These technologies are expected to be at the center of global energy system disruption in the future, because of declining costs and their close fit with a global energy system increasingly transitioning towards decarbonisation, decentralisation, digitalisation and democratisation. […]

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India Becomes Global Leader in Renewable Energy Auction: Report

India’s second rank signifies a jump of three spots from last year when it was on 5th position in the green energy. China which was at the top position last year has slid down to the 7th position. Becoming a global leader in the renewable energy race, India is now the biggest market in the […]

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Extensive Wind, Solar Farms Vow Rains in Sahara

Substantiating the statement, the scientists told that large-scale wind and solar farms in the Sahara could provide enough energy to replace the fossil fuel energy used currently and in the foreseeable future. As a speculative breather to the dry and scanty Sahara Desert, Scientists of University of Maryland asserts that large scale wind and solar […]

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Renewable Energy May Cause $6 Trillion Fossil-Fuel Divestment

J P Morgan mentions that contrary investment in the renewable energy would pose a high risk on shareholder returns for the oil giants. With an increased pressure from governments and consumers to use renewable energy, oil industry is eyeing investing in alternative sources of energy. Leading market analyst, J P Morgan suggests that the global […]

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