The power sector lies at the heart of the global energy transition, which will rely on increased electrification of end uses and the adoption of variable renewable energy (VRE) such as wind and solar PV as the main sources of electricity; however, today’s power systems embody an era in which generation depended on large centralised and dispatcha

The agriculture sector is a key economic sector in Southeast Asia and an important driver of socio-economic development, supporting the livelihoods of a significant share of the region’s population.

The Covid-19 pandemic has slowed the progress towards universal access to electricity and clean cooking fuel and technology, according to this UN-sponsored report.  Globally, 733 million people lack access to electricity, and 2.4 billion still cook using fuels that are harmful to their health and the environment.

This study, in collaboration with the International Institute for Sustainable Development, aims to improve transparency, create accountability and encourage a responsible shift away from fossil fuels and towards clean energy.

This study, in collaboration with the International Institute for Sustainable Development, aims to improve transparency, create accountability and encourage a responsible shift away from fossil fuels and towards clean energy.

In this report look at the benefits of creating sustainable energy systems in Africa, with a focus on the role of natural gas and renewable energy. The report highlights the risks of relying on natural gas,as compared to scenarios that ramp up the contribution of renewable energy.

Meeting India’s short- and long-term climate commitments made at COP26 entails a complete economic transformation, which can have considerable developmental tradeoffs.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of 'Article Published In The Magazine I.e Down To Earth Dated 13 January 2022 Under The Title Time's Running Out : Is India Ready To Handle 34600 Tonnes Of Solar Waste By 2030'. The matter was adjourned to July 19, 2022.

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India’s ambitions of increasing its non-fossil fuel based energy capacity to 500 GW by 2030 are formidable and present a unique set of opportunities and execution challenges. The debt requirement for an additional 340 GW Renewable Energy (RE) target works out to ~ Rs. 14 Lakh Cr over a period of 9 years.

This Road Map for achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 7 targets presents a detailed assessment of the energy system of Bhutan.

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