From the perspective of economic and financial analysis, a climate change resilience assessment can be defined as an elaboration of how an investment project performs under alternative futures that are subject to high uncertainty about climate change impacts, and an assessment of the cost-effectiveness of mitigation and adaptation options to imp

The Global Electricity Regulatory Index (GERI) is part of the World Bank’s global efforts to promote a robust electricity sector regulatory environment.

The “Disaster Management Plan for Power Sector” provides a framework and direction to the utilities in the power sector for all phases of the disaster management cycle (i.e. Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery).

The “Disaster Management Plan for Power Sector” provides a framework and direction to the utilities in the power sector for all phases of the disaster management cycle (i.e. Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery).

The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) under the Kyoto Protocol to United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) provides an opportunity for the Indian power sector to earn revenue through the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), particularly carbon dioxide (CO2). India has tremendous potential for CDM projects.

Central Electricity Authority (CEA) has released the report on 20th Electric Power Survey (EPS) of India. Periodic EPS of the country is conducted by CEA to assess the state wise/union territory (UT) wise/region wise and all-India electricity demand on medium and long-term basis. The 20th EPS Committee was constituted by CEA in May 2020.

In light of several global and domestic levers, such as the ongoing energy transition, changing sector economics and policies, and climate change concerns, a phasedown of coal from the power sector is almost inevitable.

The Ministry of Power on 15th November 2022, has notified amendments to the Guidelines for Tariff Based Competitive Bidding Process for Procurement of Power from Grid Connected RE Power Projects for utilisation under the scheme for flexibility in Generation and Scheduling of Thermal/Hydro Power Stations through bundling with Renewable Energy and

The number of corporations announcing clean electricity pledges has increased substantially in recent years, with many companies setting specific goals to meet some or all of their electricity demand with clean supply. These goals can support new capacity in clean generation, helping to boost overall shares in power systems.

Allocating India’s additional domestic gas supply to the power sector would enable some stranded and underutilised gas-based plants to serve as flexible generation – providing an interim solution to firm variable renewable energy while battery storage scales up and becomes cost-competitive, according to this new report by the Institute of Energy

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