First-ever IEA review of Senegal’s energy policies finds that robust institutions and planning, as well as success in expanding electricity access, bolster momentum towards 2035 goals.

The Haryana New and Renewable Energy Department has published its latest draft Solar Policy 2023. In the latest draft note, the state renewable department aimed to install a cumulative 6,000 MW by 2030 in Haryana. The agency has planned to execute the plan with the help of solar rooftops, ground-mounted solar and solarisation of irrigation.

This in-depth review of the energy policies of Uganda follows the format used by the International Energy Agency (IEA) for its peer reviews for member countries. This process supports energy policy development and encourages the exchange of international best practices and experiences.

Govt of Rajasthan has notified Renewable Energy Policy, 2023 to promote renewable energy and its integration with grid. The policy aims to achieve 90 GW of renewable energy projects by 2029-30, with 65 GW from solar, 15 GW from wind and wind-solar hybrids, and 10 GW from hydropower, pumped storage, and battery energy storage.

Judgment of the Calcutta High Court in the matter of Yeasin Molla & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 12/09/2023.

The petitioners are the ration card holders and members of Priority Household under the National Food Security Act, 2015. In the instant writ petition the petitioners have challenged the reasonableness of soaring price of kerosene oil under Public Distribution System.

Taking cognizance of the generational shift occurring in electricity sector, the need for expediting efforts for de-carbonization and in an endeavor to embrace renewable energy more effusively, Government of Gujarat is notifying this Renewable Energy Policy-2023 for further encouraging setting up of renewable generation projects based on Wind, S

This paper aims to provide an overview of the opportunities to support Senegal in its transition to a decarbonised, renewable energy system, including a discussion of the challenges associated with this transition and the role that Germany can play in overcoming them.

Using energy more efficiently has proven to be an extremely successful and cost-effective way to reduce energy demand. Highly developed and well proven policy instruments already exist to deliver increased energy efficiency, such as Ecodesign in Europe and Japan’s Top Runner.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Institute of Energy Economic, Japan (IEEJ) have developed and published long-term decarbonisation pathways for Southeast Asia and Indonesia.

This study offers the first consistent attempt to identify how energy sector decarbonization policies have affected the energy mix over the past four decades across more than 100 developing countries.