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Spot market LNG purchases can cost Bangladesh about $11 billion between 2022 & 2024

Spot market LNG purchases can cost Bangladesh about $11 billion between 2022 & 2024

  • Asia
  • Bangladesh
  • Gas
  • Solar
  • Demand
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Global Electricity Mid-Year Insights 2022

Global electricity demand growth was met entirely by renewable power in the first half of 2022, halting the rise in fossil fuels.

  • World
  • China
  • United States
  • India
  • European Union
  • Coal
  • Wind
  • Solar
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Energy independence only comes with clean

Türkiye relies on fossil fuel imports for half of power generation - that can be halved by 2030 with a faster transition to clean power sources.

  • Türkiye
  • G20
  • OECD
  • Solar
  • Wind
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A path out of the gas crisis

New analysis shows Britain can cut gas from the power sector by the end of the decade, with huge cost savings from switching to renewables.

  • United Kingdom
  • Gas
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The good news and bad news of India’s race to 175 GW renewables

Gujarat has become the fourth state to meet RE targets for 2022, but four key states need to speed up significantly.

  • India
  • Asia
  • G20
  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Coal
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Can Indonesia really achieve a net zero electricity sector by 2040?

Can Indonesia really achieve a net zero electricity sector by 2040, and why would it want to do it?

  • Indonesia
  • Asia
  • G20
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EU’s record solar summer helps avoid €29bn in gas imports

The EU generated a record 12% of its electricity from solar from May to August 2022, helping to avoid a potential €29 billion in fossil gas imports.

  • European Union
  • Solar
  • Gas
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Ready, Set, Go: Europe's race for wind and solar

European countries must increase the pace of wind and solar deployment to help ditch Russian fossil fuels and put the region on track for its climate commitments.

  • Europe
  • European Union
  • Solar
  • Wind
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Japan leaving Indramayu coal is Indonesia’s chance to ramp up renewables

Japan’s cancellation of financial support for Indramayu coal plant provides Indonesia with an opportunity to accelerate renewable energy.

  • Asia
  • Japan
  • Indonesia
  • G20
  • G7
  • Coal