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CEEW and WWF India jointly produced a report “RE+: Renewables Beyond Electricity”, which is a compendium of innovative renewable energy applications (beyond electricity generation) which can be utilised for diverse societal needs.

In recent years, public sector funding, in general, and for the support of activities in developing countries, in particular, has become more and more 'results' and 'performance' oriented. In this paper, Arunabha Ghosh (CEEW), Benito Muller (Oxford University), William Pizer (Duke University), and Gernot Wagner (Columbia University) look at activities that are associated with quantitative performance indicators, i.e. performance assessed in terms of measured quantities such as tonnes (of carbon), kWh, or hectares as carried out by the private sector. The aim is to review options for the use of such Quantity-Performance (QP) instruments (such as direct purchase, top-up instruments, and tradable put options) as a way of channelling public funds to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions in a cost-effective way.

CEEW explored the factors that will determine the rules for global energy governance by international trade and investment institutions given the emergence of alternative governance preferences.

CEEW published a report on urban water and sanitation in India following roundtable discussions it held with a range of key stakeholders operating in the urban water and sanitation sector in India.

CEEW's Arunabha Ghosh and NYU's David Steven contributed a chapter on "India's Energy, Food, and Water Security: International Cooperation for Domestic Capacity" in the book Shaping the Emerging World: India and the Multilateral published by Brookings Institution this August.

An analysis of institutional reforms and best practices which have promoted efficient use of water in agriculture internationally provides food for thought for policymakers in India on ways to increase water use efficiency in our own agricultural practices.

CEEW and NRDC published a new report that focuses on the growth of solar thermal projects during Phase I of the National Solar Mission. Coupled with CEEW and NRDC's report published in April, this new report forms the first ever independent analysis of the Indian National Solar Mission.


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