This report provides an updated analysis on direct jobs created from solar and wind energy sectors in India in the financial year 2022 (FY22), building on earlier analyses by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and Skill Council for Green Jobs (SCGJ).

This guidebook analyzes India’s plans to use rooftop solar power to boost its renewable energy, explains the benefits it offers, and details why new business models and market mechanisms would drive greater adoption.

This guidebook shows how India plans to meet its ambitious rooftop solar energy targets and why identifying new business models, better engaging utilities, and developing new market mechanisms will speed up its adoption.

Decarbonizing the global energy matrix through investments in renewable energy (RE) is considered a pathway to mitigate the effects of global climate change. Auctions have become an increasingly popular policy instrument for this purpose.

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.

This study explores the growth of solar power in seven key Asian countries, the potential for future growth and the avoided fossil fuel costs due to solar electricity generation between January and June 2022. The report was jointly developed by Ember, CREA and IEEFA.

This Roadmap provides recommendations for mobilizing a massive and more equitable scale-up of investment in solar energy by 2030.

Achieving global goals for access to energy and mitigation of climate change will require a quadrupling of present levels of solar photovoltaic, nine times current wind power generation and a doubling of the geothermal power generation in the developing world by 2025.

Achieving global goals for access to energy and mitigation of climate change will require a quadrupling of present levels of solar photovoltaic (PV), a multiplication by nine of the wind power generation and a doubling of the geothermal power generation in the developing world by 2025. It represents around 50, 270 and 8 gigawatts.

The off-grid solar (OGS) sector has the potential to increase universal access to energy, alleviate poverty, support economic development, and increase gender equality.

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