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Accepting gas as sustainable will hurt Korea’s green finance credentials

Regressing on what was a promising green taxonomy sends weak market signals to investors and loses competitive edge.

Accepting gas as sustainable will hurt Korea’s green finance credentials

Regressing on what was a promising green taxonomy sends weak market signals to investors and loses competitive edge.

Improved green lending criteria to boost discom performance, decarbonisation goals in India

The only green parameter for credit rating is the RPO which carries “the least weight,” IEEFA says.

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.

India faces solar waste crisis as recycling is not economic

India needs to catch up with other countries in managing and financing renewable plant recycling, argues IEEFA consultant Saloni Sachdeva Michael.

ADB’s coal retirement scheme is high-risk: analyst

Implementation challenges could lead to a loss of credibility for the bank.