The Indian nuclear energy program is at crossroads, with several alternative pathways of industrial development potentially open to it. These possibilities include options for technology selection and development, as well as for organising the efforts of the state owned entities and private companies.

The objective of the study is to generate a technology and policy focussed assessment for the Indian I&S sector and to provide support to the industry and BEE in the implementation of the Perform Achieve Trade (PAT) mechanism.

The objective of this report is to evaluate Karnataka’s current and future power position till the year 2021-22. This report will provide a diagnostic analysis of the issues in State’s power sector and discuss options to address them.

The study undertook a Geographical Information System (GIS) based assessment of the availability of wind resource, land, and transmission networks for rapid wind power development. The wind power potential in Karnataka is assessed to be at least 50,000 MW from wastelands alone for a turbine height of 80 m.

The report is the result of a two-year study on the technology and policy options for improving energy efficiency of the Indian cement manufacturing industry. It takes into consideration the diversity in processes, raw materials, fuels and operating conditions.

The simplest way to estimate CO2 emission from fossil fuel combustion is assuming that the carbon in the fuel is released into the atmosphere in the short or the long run.