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GWEC and MEC Intelligence (MEC+) have released the second edition of their joint report on ‘India Wind Energy Market Outlook 2025’, which provides a detailed analysis of wind power’s role as a critical link in the energy transition in India.

The introduction of derivatives to India’s short-term power market will make it easier for renewable project developers to enter into offtake arrangements with state-owned distribution companies (discoms), finds a new briefing note from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).

This special report aims to address the challenge of mobilising investment and finance to support clean energy transitions in the emerging and developing world.

As parts of the world begin to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, a fundamental shift in the global energy system is needed to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.

Interest in corporate renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs) has soared in recent years, with companies wanting to gain greater visibility of their future electricity costs and decarbonize.

Tracking SDG7: The Energy Progress Report monitors global, regional and country progress on the three targets of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 7: access to energy and clean cooking, renewable energy, and energy efficiency.

This study examines three countries in detail – Pakistan, Fiji, and Lao PDR –through a long term energy alternatives planning (LEAP) model that is based on three different scenarios of economic response to COVID-19.

The Step Off the Gas report examines international public finance for natural gas expansion in the Global South and the choices countries face in how to develop their energy systems while meeting socio-economic needs.

A report of the expert committee on the road map for ethanol blending in India 2020 to 2025 was released by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The report has been prepared by the NITI Aayog in collaboration with the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.

Are policies designed to avert climate change (Climate Change Policies, or CCPs) politically costly? Using data on governmental popular support and the OECD’s Environmental Stringency Index, find that CCPs are not necessarily politically costly: policy design matters.

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