Presentation by Kirk R. Smith, Professor of Global Environmental Health University of California, Berkeley at Anil Agarwal Dialogue 2015: Poor in climate change, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, March 11 – 12, 2015.

CEEW's latest study 'Clean, Affordable and Sustainable Cooking Energy for India: Possibilities and Realities beyond LPG' analyses potential alternate cooking options, going beyond LPG.

This publication explores a range of opportunities for India in decentralized energy generation, that offer clean and efficient energy solutions for rural and remote areas. The booklet was released during the first Renewable Energy Global Investors Meet organized by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India.

The Punjab government plans to set up a biogas compressed natural gas (CNG) plant, on a pilot basis, in every district, to harness the potential of the state.

This booklet attempts to demystify renewable energy based technologies, and brings it a step closer to the general masses from a practical perspective.

Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) plans to produce 100 mega watt (MW) of green energy by 2019-20 for which it will spend Rs 93 crore in the current financial year.

KISERIAN, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Maasai pastoralists have found an innovative way to generate biogas: using animal blood and waste from the Keekonyokie slaughterhouse.

The Ministry of Water, Irrigation & Energy (MoWIE), through its Rural Electrification Fund (REF), has procured 11,488 solar home systems (SHS) from the Chinese Company Cecep Oasis New Energy Co

The state minister for power and energy Nasrul Hamid has said Bangladesh will replace 30 million conventional stoves with environment-friendly bio-gas run cooking stoves by 2030.

A cap on French nuclear power production at the current level, approved last week, was the main point of contention in the bill defended by Energy Minister Segolene Royal.