Analysis

Restrictions in banking of power threatens renewables growth in India

Without banking power, the business model of solar power becomes unviable.
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Restrictions in banking of power threatens renewables growth in India

Without banking power, the business model of solar power becomes unviable.
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How will India’s power, agriculture sectors benefit from Agrivoltaics?

It is ideal for India because of its geographical location and the socio-economic opportunities it will offer, IEEFA Contributor Charles Worringham argues.
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Wind power finds niche in Asian markets, Fitch reports 

India and Vietnam are projected to increase their wind capacity to 43GW and 13GW, respectively, by 2030. 

India's rooftop solar segment hinges on scaled up financing

Financing needs to be scaled to drive India's rooftop solar potential, IEEFA argues.

Vietnam’s return to coal puts renewable energy transition at risk

Vietnam should craft incentives to carry out cost-competitive renewables, argues IEEFA.

How Thailand fares in its quest for net-zero?

Thailand has installed a renewable energy capacity of more than 15 GW.

Will China be able to keep its carbon neutrality vows?

China’s largest carbon emitter, the steel industry, smokes 15% of total carbon emissions 

APAC’s energy transition inquiry – is net zero possible?

The rapid decline in renewable costs brings forward competition between renewables and fossil fuels.

Corporates play bigger role in APAC’s net-zero transition

The region procured 10.9GW of cumulative capacity in H1 2021.

Wind turbine costs to rise by 10%

This is due to increased prices of steel, copper, aluminium, fibre, and logistics. 

Analyzing India’s gas supply boom

LNG imports fill the gap as domestic gas production stalled.