This issue brief explores the employment potential across project deployment cycles in the Floating Solar Photovoltaic (FPV) sector, an area that presents India with immense opportunities for its clean energy transition.

Most Small Island Developing States (SIDS) rely heavily on conventional fossil fuels for electricity generation and transport; however, renewables have the potential to deliver quick returns, decrease costs, create jobs and improve the local economy for many of these island states.

The Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited on February 24, 2021 has issued Draft Karnataka Renewable Energy Policy 2021-2026. This policy will be applicable to projects and programs relating to the focus markets as covered under provision 4 of this policy.

Achieving a climate-resilient future requires rapid, sustained and far-reaching transformations in energy, land-use, infrastructure and industrial systems. Large-scale expansion of renewable energy can play a critical role in meeting the world’s growing energy demands and in the fight against climate change.

A new regulation that excludes rooftop solar systems over 10 kilowatts (kW) from net metering will stall adoption of larger installations in India, undermining progress towards the government’s rooftop solar target of 40 gigawatts (GW) by 2022.

Wind energy is an abundant natural resource and its intelligent use will serve the country well. But India's remarkable progress in the RE sector has largely sidelined wind power in favour of solar energy.

The National Energy Strategy 2020–2030 presents the evolution of the energy sector under its vision for stimulating demand, achieving efficiency and improving electricity system flexibility.

This report, commissioned by the Korean Ministry of Trade Industry and Energy and written jointly by the International Energy Agency and the Korea Energy Economics Institute, examines current conditions and future opportunities to ensure electricity security and system flexibility with higher shares of variable renewable energy in Korea.

The rooftop solar sector is nowhere near the intended levels if we consider the official target of 40 GW, as only about 6 GW has been realized so far, with over 80 per cent of it coming from installations at the commercial and industrial (C&I) level.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Tribunal on its own motion Vs Govt. of NCT of Delhi & Others dated 22/01/2021 regarding water management in Delhi, including rain water harvesting (RWH), revival of water bodies, use of treated water and control of illegal extraction of groundwater.

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