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Steelguru: According to a US research group, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, South Africa’s thermal coal exports are expected to drop as its main export hub faces growing competition and new cheaper energies proliferate. Analyst Simon Nicholas said, “New energy technology is replacing coal-fired power faster than most predicted. With fewer countries using […]
Renew Economy: The ‘inquiry into the prerequisites for nuclear energy in Australia’ being run by Federal Parliament’s Environment and Energy Committee has finished receiving submissions and is gradually making them publicly available. The inquiry is particularly interested in ‘small modular reactors’ (SMRs) and thus one point of interest is how enthusiasts spin the economic debate, […]
Reuters: Britain has launched its first major auction of offshore wind farm leases in a decade, offering sites with the combined potential to power more than six million homes. Britain is already the world’s largest offshore wind market, and plans to generate a third of its electricity from the technology by 2030 as a part […]
Khmer Times: The auction for 60 megawatts of solar power in Cambodia has led to the lowest power price ever recorded in Southeast Asia, various publications dealing with the global energy sector revealed this week. According to Renewables Now, Prime Road Alternative Co Ltd of Thailand edged out 25 other companies, including some major global […] NTPC has succeeded in stemming the hike in power tariffs over the past five years despite a five percent increase in annual consumer price index inflation from 2013-14 to 2018-19. The government-owned power generator saw its average nominal tariff change only marginally from Rs 3.30 to Rs 3.38 per unit during the period even […]
The Guardian: The New South Wales Independent Planning Commission has rejected the development of a coalmine near Mudgee because of significant concerns about environmental impacts, including on climate change, and the costs to future generations. On Wednesday the commission said it had refused development approval for Kepco’s proposal for an open-cut and underground coalmine in […]
The San Diego Union-Tribune: Top financial officials with the University of California announced Tuesday morning in an opinion article in the Los Angeles Times that the school system plans to undertake a major divestment from fossil fuels. The stocks and bonds to be sold off are currently part of UC’s $13.4 billion endowment and $70 […]
Greentech Media: Officials in Brussels have approved RWE’s deal for fellow German utility E.ON’s global renewable energy project pipeline. The €40 billion ($44.1 billion) asset swap has been under scrutiny by the European Commission’s competition watchdog. To simplify what is a very complex deal, RWE has passed the customer distribution business of its subsidiary Innogy […]
September 18, 2019 (IEEFA Asia) – The Philippine energy sector is grappling with changes at the national and global levels generated by increased demands for transparency in bidding and pricing while reducing climate risk and avoiding stranded assets, according to a report released today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).
Hanoi Times: Vietnam has installed roughly 4,460MW of solar power within a very short period of time, beating all expectations of developing renewable energy in the country where fossil fuel has played a crucial role for decades. The impressive surge in solar capacity has been recorded after developers rushed to complete their solar farms prior […]
The New Yorker: I’m skilled at eluding the fetal crouch of despair—because I’ve been working on climate change for thirty years, I’ve learned to parcel out my angst, to keep my distress under control. But, in the past few months, I’ve more often found myself awake at night with true fear-for-your-kids anguish. This spring, we […]
Los Angeles Times (Opinion): Our job is to make money for the University of California, and we’re betting we can do that without fossil fuels investments. We are investors and fiduciaries for what is widely considered the best public research university in the world. That makes us fiscally conservative by nature and by policy — […]
Chicago Tribune: One of the dirtiest coal plants in Illinois will close within the next three years, the latest sign that the lung-damaging, climate-changing source of electricity is on the way out in the United States. Shuttering the E.D. Edwards power plant south of Peoria resolves a federal lawsuit filed six years ago by local […]

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