Decentralized Renewable Energy (DRE)-based Energy Access solutions have continued to witness an increase in capital deployment over the past few years.

The Indian transport sector comprises distinct modes such as railways, road, inland waterways, air, and marine transport systems. Overall, 18% of India’s CO2 emissions come from road transport.

The demand of active cooling systems such as air conditioners and chillers is increasing rapidly. This leads to an increase in emissions of Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC) and Hydro-Chlorofluorocarbons (HCFC), which negatively impact the Earth's ozone layer.

Patna is one of the 122 non-attainment cities identified by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) in the National Clean Air Action Plan that was launched in January 2019.

India is estimated to require nearly USD 95 to 125bn annually through 2033 for actions on climate mitigation. This entails investment to support transition of existing sectors into green and nurturing emerging sectors and technologies in areas such as electric vehicles, green buildings, renewable energy, waste and water resources.

DRE enterprises have been acting as dedicated clean energy solutions provider for the un-served and under-served segments of Indian population.

A universally accepted definition of green finance is not available yet, although several initiatives are ongoing across countries as also led by many international organizations.

Climate finance takes its roots in the ever-intensifying debate about the health of our planet and actions being undertaken (or planned) by countries, cities and companies to keep it habitable for future generations. Financing for climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts is a global, complex, political and economic issue.

This handbook is a comprehensive document which provides an overview of Electric Vehicle (EV) policies, subsidies, schemes, growth of e-rickshaws in cities. It also highlights the benefits, drawbacks and operational challenges and impact of these rickshaws for cities mobility.

This report presents the results of an air quality performance evaluation project. The goal of this project is to deploy 50 real-time air quality monitors (known as "Atmos") spread over 10 Indian cities, evaluate the performance of and provide contextual analytics of this data in periodic reports.