The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) examines issues related to energy markets, trends, and policies. It aims to accelerate the transition to a diverse, sustainable and profitable energy economy.

How much did these Asian countries saved with solar power 

Seven countries were able to save about 9% of their fossil fuel costs in the first half.

India renewables to rise by 35-40GW annually 

This puts the market on track to reach its 2030 target.

Asia turns to coal amidst a global energy crisis

India and China are amongst the markets that have increased coal production for energy security.

India could turn to 12.5GW gas capacity to meet peak demand

This also comes as the market waits until battery storage becomes cost-competitive.

This is how much energy consumers overpaid in 2014-2021

Energy network providers in Australia have been pocketing supernormal profits.

Delays of LNG terminals in the Philippines reflect supply and cost uncertainties

LNG imports won’t alleviate high power prices in the Philippines.

Only 15% of Pakistan’s hydropower pipeline will operate on time: IEEFA

Around 51% of the pipeline reached financial close, and only 39% started construction.

MENA region is poised to become global leader in green steel

This comes amidst the shift to direct reduced iron and green hydrogen in reducing emissions.

Global energy crisis speeds up decline of Australia’s coal export

The record high prices of coal and gas will drive the market towards cheaper energy sources.

Rise of local power firms boost RE adoption in Vietnam: IEEFA

The feed-in-tariff policy in 2017 attracted local firms to enter power generation.

China drives global growth of offshore wind

This is particularly due to the expansion of wind turbine manufacturer Mingyang.

Will China’s coal push delay its dual carbon targets

Government data showed China’s coal production grew 11% in H1 2022. 

Indonesia’s royalty scheme to drive new coal investment away: report

The government will impose a 28% rate when the coal benchmark price goes over $100/tonne.