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.

Why blue hydrogen is not the solution to reducing emissions

IEFFA said investment should be focused more on other technologies such as solar and wind.

Why blue hydrogen is not the solution to reducing emissions

IEFFA said investment should be focused more on other technologies such as solar and wind.

India could install record-high 4 GW rooftop solar in 2024

This could only happen once India resolves regulation uncertainties, amongst others.

How India could accelerate clean energy deployment

IEEFA cites demand-side measures to increase clean energy share in its power mix.

India should revive thermal power plants over investing in new ones: report

IEEFA estimated that acquiring 6.1GW of stranded plants could help meet energy security needs. 

Australia’s fifth largest bank invests big in oil and gas despite net zero ambitions

A report found the Macquarie Group invested some $5b in high-growth oil and gas production. 

APAC may struggle to find funding for oil and gas sector

This comes as more financial institutions commit less funding for fossil fuels.

Australia’s gas usage to drop to 34% by 2030

This comes as the market transitions away from gas. 

Coal divestment of global financial institutions double in three years

Whilst European FIs are leading coal divestments, FIs from Asia are also rapidly increasing. 

How much Bangladesh needs annually to reach its 2041 target

The country wants to increase its renewable energy capacity to 40%, IEEFA said. 

India is set to be the 2nd largest solar PV manufacturing market

The module manufacturing capacity more than doubled to 38GW in March 2023.

Keeping Indonesia’s downstream coal projects afloat will require hefty government subsidies

Air Products’ withdrawal from planned state-linked facilities highlights cost challenges

Carbon capture and storage for fossil-fired plants risks worsening energy inflation

IEEFA argues the economic case for CCS in fossil-fired power plants is weak. 

Renewables with storage systems could be cheaper than thermal power with CCS

CCS could drive LCOE for thermal power by up to double its alternatives. 

Australia should stop monopoly power networks from receiving supernormal profits

IEEFA urged the state and federal governments to step in to help reduce the rise in electricity bills.

Pakistan's energy and economic woes intensify as blackouts reveal deep-rooted issues

Recent events could cost Pakistan its textile contracts, accounting for 8.5% of its gross domestic product.

Gwadar coal power plant: One step forward, two steps back

The revival of the Gwadar power project on imported coal could heighten Pakistan’s economic stress

How Indian states can catch up in the clean energy transition?

A report found renewable energy-rich states are not utilising their full potential.