This study gives an overview of how Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE) is an effective and established solution for energy access. The study discusses the potential of DRE to power enterprises and support livelihoods across the developing world.

This study provides an overview of the emerging market electricity leapfrog. It demonstrates that emerging markets will not follow the same path to renewables as the developed markets.

This study quantifies the magnitude of water that could be reallocated from irrigation to other sectors in India without compromising agricultural output. It also recommends a pathway for India’s reallocation strategy.

This brief analyses four key sectors of the manufacturing industry: iron and steel, cement, ammonia and chemicals (primarily petrochemicals), which have the highest emissions intensity of production. The analysis reveals that the opportunities to decarbonise the manufacturing sector are aplenty.

This brief demonstrates that the energy transition in the countries in which energy demand is accelerating is constrained by availability and affordability of finance. It examines the demand for capital in emerging economies and their current political economy and investment landscape.

Article 13 of the Paris Agreement establishes a transparency mechanism to enhance the parties’ trust in the UN climate regime. But many states at present lack the institutional capacity to fully carry out their obligations under the Paris Agreement.

India is at a critical juncture in scaling renewable energy to provide energy access to growing cities and vast rural communities.

India’s goal to dramatically expand solar energy could trigger a green jobs boom adding one million new engineers, technicians, solar installers, maintenance workers and performance data monitors to its workforce, according to a new report released in connection with a “Make in India” conference in Mumbai.

India is a land of contrasts. This cliche holds true even in the field of energy. It is the fifth-largest producer of electricity in the world.

The number of people exposed to extreme water shortage is projected to double, globally, by mid century due to population growth alone and climate change could increase the risk warns this major multi-country climate change risk assessment released today