India Cancels Nearly 14 Gigawatts Of Proposed Coal Plants

The transformation of India’s electricity market continues to deliver, as shown this month by the cancellation of 13.7 gigawatts of proposed coal-fired power plants, an admission that 8.6 gigawatts of operating coal is already non-viable, and the parallel move of ever-decreasing solar costs helped along by the country’s record low …

Japan on Track to Reach 35% Renewables by 2030

With strong policy leadership, Japan can reach a 35 per cent renewable power share by 2030 – according to a new report. The report “Japan: Greater Energy Security Through Renewables: Electricity Transformation in a Post-Nuclear Economy” released by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) outlines that: “increases …