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Press Release: 12 Critical Minerals to Boost Indian Manufacturing by 2030: CEEW
NEW DELHI, INDIA (19 July, 2016) – Twelve critical minerals could play an important role in the success of the Make in India programme and the s...
Added on 19 Jul 2016
Press Release: Green Banks and Bonds Can Tap into New Investors for India's Renewables Market
India’s goal to dramatically ramp up solar and wind energy capacity could get a major boost through two fast-growing financing innovations&mdash...
Added on 4 May 2016
Press Release: Government's Energy Subsidy Reforms Focused on Deserving and Poor - Dharmendra Pradhan
“My government is focused on transferring subsidies to the deserving and poor households to get access to modern energy. In order to enable this...
Added on 4 May 2016
Minister Suresh Prabhu Launches CEEW-TERI-Shell Book on India's Energy Future
"I would like to congratulate Shell, CEEW and TERI for the remarkable work that they have done. The book will start a public debate towards developing...
Added on 29 Mar 2016
Press Release: Focus Needs to Shift to Disruptive Technologies and Innovation to Boost Make in India
New Delhi (February 17, 2016) – A new study, ‘Make in India: How could we be strategic?’ has identified five key technologies as hav...
Added on 18 Feb 2016
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Creating a Skilled Workforce to Scale Up Clean Energy in India  By Kanika Chawla and Neeraj Kuldeep As Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated in San Jose, California last month, "India has the makings of becoming a...
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Creating A Solar Army: Training Workforce to Support India's Renewable Energy Targets  By Morgan Capilla, Meredith Connolly and Kanika Chawla India's renewable energy industry is growing at a rapid pace, with the solar and wi...
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Decoding India's Climate Contributions  By Arunabha Ghosh and Kanika Chawla India was the last major economy to submit its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) to the UN Fra...
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Sustainable solar irrigation  By Arunabha Ghosh and Shalu Agrawal Earlier this year, Maharashtra announced plans to replace half a million electric pumps with solar-powered agri...
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Climate risks - the worst cases matter  By Arunabha Ghosh and David King When we think about the risks to a business's viability, or the threats to a nation's security, we normally ask, "...
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CEEW’s Fact of the day...
In India, around 74 million rural households lack access to modern lighting services and a larger proportion of the population (around 840 million) continue to be dependent on traditional biomass energy sources