The Kariba Dam Is Failing: What That Means for African Hydropower
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Q&A

On 28 November 2022, Zimbabwe stopped generating electricity at the South Power Station of the Kariba Dam (Kariba South) on the Zambezi River.

What Success or Failure Would Look Like for the Price Cap on Russian Oil
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Q&A

A price cap on Russian crude oil in response to the country’s invasion and ongoing war in Ukraine will go into effect on December 5.

How the Price Cap on Russian Oil Will Work in Practice
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Q&A

After months of debate and preparation, the United States and other members of the G7 will impose a price cap on Russian crude oil on December 5. They plan to follow up with price caps on Russian oil products on February 5 of next year.

Forecasts of Electric Vehicle Penetration and its Impact on Global Oil Demand
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Report

The transportation sector is responsible for more than half of global oil demand, with passenger vehicles and trucks making up by far the largest fraction. Many countries with decarbonization goals therefore seek to expand electrification of road transport to meaningfully decrease reliance on this fossil fue

India’s Energy Sector Developments and Priorities: Roundtable Report
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Global Energy Dialogue

This workshop summary represents the research and views of the author. It does not necessarily represent the views of the Center on Global Energy Policy. The piece may be subject to further revision.

Climate Mitigation in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Primer on Transition Costs, Risks, and Financing
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Report

This report represents the research and views of the author. It does not necessarily represent the views of the Center on Global Energy Policy. The piece may be subject to further revision.

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