Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) sets out a global aim to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.

Using data from the nationally representative India Residential Energy Survey (IRES) 2020, this study reflects on the current penetration of electric cooking (eCooking) in India, its usage pattern, its cost effectiveness compared to other clean alternatives, and households’ perception of switching to eCooking from their prevalent cooking fuels.

Using data from the nationally representative India Residential Energy Consumption Survey (IRES) 2020, this study reflects on the current state of clean cooking energy access in India, the progress made over the past decade, persisting gaps, and emerging trends.

In chapters 1 and 2, the report first reviews the current state of the clean-cooking market in Bangladesh, covering a variety of fuels and technologies based on the significance of market penetration in Bangladeshi households, including natural gas, LPG and Improved Cookstoves (ICSs).

This report examines practical options for subsidy targeting in India by using a survey of over 900 households to analyze the distribution of LPG subsidies in the state of Jharkhand. It also examines various strategies to improve subsidy distribution and better target benefits to poor households.

Reforming liquefied petroleum gas subsidies in Indonesia would come with financial, environmental, and social benefits.

This brief examines access to clean cooking energy, specifically across urban slum households in six Indian states - Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh. Urban slums suffer from the double burden of pollution.

The current edition of Indian Ptroleum & Natural Gas Statistics in 54th in the series and presents comprehensive view of the Oil & Gas Sector in India.

Indoor air pollution in Indian households due to traditional biomass burning is a significant health burden. Clean fuels, such as liquified petroleum gas (LPG), offer sustainable alternatives. Over the years, the LPG adoption rate in India has increased; however, it is not enough to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

Action taken report for and on behalf of DPCC in compliance of the National Green Tribunal order of February 24, 2020 in the matter of Manish Kumar Vs Govt. of NCT of Delhi. The report was filed on June 25, 2020.

The court had directed the inspection of units located in Karawal Nagar Industrial Area of Delhi by a team comprising officials from DPCC, CPCB and SDM office Karawal Nagar. The DPCC stated in the report that there are 117 white category units, 54 number of green category units and 13 orange category units.

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