PESD paper on the future of South African coal featured in Bloombergin the news: Bloomberg
In the Bloomberg news article "Zuma's Quest for India Ties Threatens S. Africa Power Supply," PESD Working Paper #100 by Anton Eberhard titled "The Future of South African Coal: Market, Investment, and Policy Challenges" was cited in the estimation of the price Africa's utility Eskom Holdings Ltd. pays for coal.
PESD releases cutting-edge study on the future of Australia's coal market
Critical challenges now facing the industry are poised to determine whether Australia will continue to be the globe's largest coal supplier.
in the news: The Jakarta Post on February 24, 2011
In order for Indonesia to meet its increasing domestic demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG), the country (one of the largest LNG producers) is gearing up to start importing up to 4.5 million tons of LNG annually. Read more »
Richard Morse discussed how to reconcile global development goals -- which often rely on coal -- with US climate objectives at a US Department of State event on February 10th. Read more »
Wolak's climate op-ed featured in the UK GuardianOp-ed: UK Guardian on February 5, 2011
PESD Director Frank Wolak explain how the unknown price tag of carbon and uncertainty of US National climate policy are impeding on investments for oil substitutes.
Wolak's comment to NYT's Room for Debate question: "Can the U.S. Compete with China on Green Tech?"in the news: New York Times on January 19, 2011
PESD Director Frank Wolak participated in the New York Times’ Room for Debate about whether the U.S. can compete with China on green tech and the obstacles facing American companies trying to win the front on clean energy in the global market.
PESD study on China's effort to restructure its coal market featured by Bloomberg and Plattsin the news: Platts on December 15, 2010
Platts and Bloomberg News highlighted key findings from the recent PESD report, "Remaking the World's Largest Coal Market: The Quest to Develop Large Coal-Power Bases in China".