India’s electric mobility sector is witnessing swift expansion, surpassing 1.5 million units in sales in 2023, primarily driven by the electric two-wheelers segment.

The importance of steel in supporting India’s growth will increase with economic development, infrastructure build-out, and urbanization in India. The emissions from the sectors are estimated to grow by 200 percent by 2050. This requires decarbonizing the steel industry to ensure India meets its economic ambitions and climate mitigation goals.

This report is designed to create a shared understanding among stakeholders of the status and impact of proposed changes to India’s wholesale power market.

Building operations in India account for about a third of its energy use. Approximately another 10 percent of the country’s energy is used in the production of building material and construction of new buildings.

This report provides a structured perspective to transforming India's building sector and includes a broad range of integrated solutions and innovative financing mechanisms around minimising embodied carbon through cost-effective low-embodied-carbon design decisions and material selection; reducing energy demand through passive measures, super-e

Embedded generation gives Nigerian electricity distribution companies (DisCos) the opportunity to improve their supply of electricity to customers independent of the problematic national grid while maintaining control of their franchise areas.

Methane has been responsible for roughly 30 percent of global warming since preindustrial times, and it has more than 80 times the global warming impact of carbon dioxide over a 20-year period.

Transportation is the leading cause of air pollution in Delhi, with a large portion of that pollution — including high particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) — coming from final-mile delivery vehicles. Electric vehicle (EV) adoption is one of the best ways to mitigate tailpipe emissions from delivery vehicles and reduce air pollution.

Corporate procurement of renewable energy has played an important and growing role in decarbonizing global power systems over the past decade. Now, the growing urgency for climate action is motivating leading firms to consider advanced procurement strategies that can accelerate progress toward a carbon-free electricity grid.

As the urgency of the climate crisis grows, new analysis reveals that coal is no longer the cheapest way to power the global economy.