The Odisha Renewable Energy Policy, 2022 was introduced by the government to help decarbonise the energy sector by promoting renewable energy. The policy aims to encourage industries to increase renewable energy production because they are required to do so under the Centre's renewable purchase purchase obligation (RPO) trajectory by 2030.

The Uttarakhand Government has released the draft of the Uttarakhand State Solar Policy 2022 and has invited public comments and recommendations on it. The draft solar policy will be implemented by the energy department and will be aimed at providing relief to those who will set up solar plants upto 25 MW in Uttarakhand.

India is forecasted to account for 40% of the world’s additional energy demand by 2040 and plans to meet a large majority of this growing energy demand from renewable energy sources. Energy storage is vital for managing the expected supply and demand variability increase.

This report shows how efficient carbon pricing instruments can enable countries in Asia and the Pacific region to accelerate their transition to affordable, secure low-carbon energy systems and help reach their ambitious climate targets.

The Government of Uttar Pradesh in October 2022, notified the Uttar Pradesh Green Hydrogen Policy to promote growth and employment in the state while prioritising decarbonisation and the state’s contribution to India’s climate goals. The policy shall promote green hydrogen/ammonia production, market creation, and demand aggregation.

REN21 and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) present the third, joint UNECE Renewable Energy Status Report 2022 focusing on 17 countries across South East and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia, and the Russian Federation.

Indonesia is the world’s fourth-most populous country and is set to become the world’s fourth-largest economy by mid-century. The choices that Indonesia makes now and in the decades to come will have a significant bearing on the world’s energy markets and on international efforts to reach collective climate goals.

The Government of Uttar Pradesh on August 07, 2022, issues and adopts Solar Energy Policy, 2022. The main focus of this policy is to provide low cost and reliable power to the people of Uttar Pradesh.

The Jharkhand Solar Policy, 2022 would promote rooftop solar panels for residences in urban areas in addition to creating a better environment for larger plants. People with an annual income of less than Rs 3 lakh may be eligible for a subsidy of up to 80% of the overall installation cost.

Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) nations have used long-term scenarios and energy planning tools to inform national planning for decades, providing excellent examples of how governments can make strategic use of such scenarios in the context of complex clean energy transitions.

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