India Awards More Than 8GW Of Energy Storage Tenders: IEEFA Report

Indian policymakers have recognised the importance of energy storage systems (ESS) to the country’s evolving power landscape and have already awarded more than 8 gigawatts (GW) of such tenders, allocating 60% of these in 2023 alone, according to a new joint report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) and JMK Research […]

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Rajasthan Biggest Beneficiary Of Renewable Energy Lending: Report 

A latest report by Climate Trends and the Centre for Financial Accountability (CFA) on the financing of coal and renewable projects claimed that Rajasthan remained the largest beneficiary of renewable energy lending in the country. The study assessed 68 project finance loans across 11 coal and renewable energy projects in India that reached financial closure […]

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Solar Became Cheapest Fuel Source For Newly-Built Power Systems: EY

The latest report by Ernst and Young (EY) claimed that solar energy emerged as the cheapest fuel source for newly built power systems globally, fueling a faster energy transition. The report said that despite the challenges like inflation and price rises, solar power seemed to be the leader. It claimed that with its lowest Levelized Cost […]

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Brazil, India, Indonesia Hold Largest Markets For Electric Cooking: IRENA

A recent report by International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) recently studied the growth of renewable-based electric cooking globally. It found a global improvement in access to clean cooking over the last two decades. The IRENA report said that the improvement was mainly found in five countries: Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, and Pakistan. The report studies […]

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Global Solar Capacity Can Touch 75,000 GW by 2050 With Energy Storage: ISA

A latest report from the International Solar Alliance (ISA) and Long-Distance Energy Storage (LDES) Council projects a target of 75,000 gigawatts (GW) of solar capacity by 2050. Their target is to provide long-term energy storage to fully realize the potential of these solar installations for complete decarbonization. LDES is estimated to become a $4 trillion […]

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Lack Of Climate Finance Hindering Global Renewable Deployment: IRENA

The recent report on energy transition and climate finance released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) underscores the pivotal role of the energy sector in reducing emissions, particularly in light of the updated Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) targets. The study reveals that 90% of participating parties have identified renewable energy generation as a key […]

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Solar Capital Cost 11 Times Higher In Developing Countries: IEA Report

A recent report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) finds that the cost of capital, required to make investment in solar energy in developing economies to be high. The report attributed this to the challenges such as, cost of capital in developing economies, less developed capital markets, fewer projects, and a lack of transparency around […]

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European New Trade Defense Measure To Impact Solar Jobs: Report

Solar Power Europe recently released a joint statement and warned that 433 European solar companies and associations may undertake trade measures. They add that, these measures could negatively affect solar jobs in EU, and cause detriment to EU’s green energy transition, which is currently at a critical moment in time. The report mentions that the […]

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Rise In Renewables In Europe Can Curb Up to 67% Emissions: Report

A recent event by Wood Mackenzie shared an analysis on the current growth in Europe’s flexible renewable energy. The report finds that, European power market will see its carbon intensity plummet. It accredits this rise with the change in ambitious climate-energy policies. Moreover, it finds that, flexibility to be key to enable this change, according to […]

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