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India & Adani

CEF in the media  |  Feb 1, 2023

Is Adani the biggest corporate con in history?

The Project

Tim Buckley is interviewed in this feature on allegations of systematic corporate wrongdoing at the Adani Group noting that the previously teflon coated Adani is now facing heavy scrutiny by US regulators, as the company bleeds billions, also commenting on implications for its coal operation in Australia. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Jan 31, 2023

Adani crisis deepens as Hindenburg report exposes alleged fraud

ABC TV The Business

Tim Buckley comments on the Adani story on ABC TV’s flagship The Business as Adani Group shares plunge, noting Hindenburg’s allegations appear credible and Adani doing an “independent” audit is not sufficient – India’s financial regulators must step in to investigate. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Jan 26, 2023

Asia’s richest man Adani sees wealth plummet over fraud accusations

ABC Radio National Drive

Tim Buckley interviewed on RN Drive re Hindenburg’s fraud accusations against Adani Group, which centre on stock manipulation, money laundering, failure to declare conflicts of interests and accounting irregularities, go back some two decades, and remain unresolved. Will this amount to more water under the bridge for Gautam Adani? Notably, this is the first time the allegations have been raised in the US under the purview of the SEC. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Jan 26, 2023

Behind The Adani Group’s ‘House Of Cards’: Juicy Fees For Wall Street Banks


Tim Buckley comments for Forbes on research firm Hindenburg’s explosive allegations of fraud by Adani Group, noting that Wall Street only began to warm up to Adani when he sought financing for Adani Green Energy, the conglomerate’s renewable energy subsidiary. However, the money raised by Adani Green or Adani Ports may “just get transferred to Adani Power and Adani Enterprises, and then goes towards building more coal fired power plants or more coal mines.” Read more
CEF in the media  |  Jan 26, 2023

Adani’s Queensland coalmine cited in US investor’s claims of ‘biggest con in corporate history’

The Guardian

Tim Buckley said financial restructuring at Adani leading up to the pandemic had made it less susceptible to a shock. While the Hindenburg allegations of fraud and other corporate misdeeds “will hamper their access to Wall Street, categorically…Adani is not, in my view, a house of cards unless the Hindenburg research results in a serious, credible, full response from the SEC”. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Dec 15, 2022

OP ED | India needs a doubling of installs to deliver on PM Modi’s 450 GW by 2030 ambiti ..

Economic Times/Energy World

In this op ed, Tim Buckley notes that while new renewable energy proposals have lifted in recent months, a lot more ambition is required to reach PM Modi’s target of 450GW of installs by 2030. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Dec 9, 2022

How political will often favors a coal billionaire and his dirty fossil fuel

Washington Post

Tim Buckley on how Indian energy magnate Gautam Adani is selling power from his massive Godda coal fired power plant in eastern India to Bangladesh at a premium, in a monumental price gouge. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Dec 3, 2022

Indian coal magnate Gautam Adani steps up green investments


Though his wealth was built from coal mining and other heavy industries, early on Adani recognized the promise of renewable energy, says Tim Buckley, who has been tracking investments in renewables in Asia for decades. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Dec 2, 2022

Indian coal magnate Gautam Adani goes green

Washington Post

Tim Buckley notes that while Adani doesn’t really think about climate science — he does understand the geopolitical and economic interests of India and he positions himself to solve that problem for his own and India’s benefit. Adani Green is what he will want to be his legacy. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Nov 11, 2022

COP27: India, China on track to overachieve 2030 UN climate targets

Business Standard

Tim Buckley highlights progress on decarbonisation in India and China, noting, for example, that at the current rate of installs, China is on track to reach its 2030 renewables target of 1,200GW five years earlier with a possible plateauing of emissions this decade, ahead of the 2030 official peaking target. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Nov 6, 2022

Entire state’s power system on the brink as Indian loan to Aussie miner Griffin Coal turns toxic

ABC online

A deepening coal crisis in Western Australia, linked to an Indian bank loan to gone bad, is threatening to turn the lights out this summer. Tim Buckley explains in this feature from ABC national energy reporter Daniel Mercer. Read more
CEF in the media  |  Oct 17, 2022

INDIA | India to add 35-40 GW of Renewable Energy Capacity to FY29/30 Says Report

Solar Quarter

India on track to surpass its target of 50% of its energy from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030, as coal’s share of generation slumps to 2030 – new CEF/IEEFA report. Read more

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