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  • Hem H. Dholakia, Vimal Mishra, and Amit Garg (2015) 'Predicted Increases in Heat related Mortality under Climate Change in Urban India', CEEW-IIT GN- IIM A Working Paper 2015-05-02, June [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Solar flares burn some' Business Standard, 16 June [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Scaling solar in India: Aggressive policies needed to match ambitious targets', Stanford Energy Journal, May [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh and Karthik Ganesan (2015) Rethink India's energy strategy, Nature 521, 156â [ read now ]
  • Aditya Ramji (2015) 'Greening the tracks: Achieving the 1 gigawatt solar PV target of the Indian Railways' CEEW Policy Brief, June [ read now ]
  • Vaibhav Chaturvedi, Mohit Sharma, Shourjomoy Chattopadhyay, and Pallav Purohit (2015) 'India's Long Term Hydrofluorocarbon Emissions: A detailed cross sectoral analysis within an integrated assessment modelling framework, CEEW-IIASA Report, May [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Shifts and risks in energy' Business Standard, 19 May [ read now ]
  • Poulami Choudhury (2015) 'Unlocking Access to Finance for Decentralised Energy Solutions', April [ read now ]
  • Hem H Dholakia and Abhishek Jain (2015) 'Lead Acid Battery Recycling in India: Challenges and Next Steps' CEEW Issue Brief, April [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Build capacity for energy diplomacy' Business Standard, 21 April [ read now ]
  • Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC); Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW); Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD); and Stephen Seidel (2015) 'India Proposes HFC Phase-Down Amendment Proposal to the Montreal Protocol', Fact Sheet, April [ read now ]
  • Vaibhav Chaturvedi (2015) 'The Costs of Climate Change Impacts for India', CEEW Working Paper 2015/11, March [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh, Shalu Agrawal and Kanika Chawla (2015) 'RE Vision Laid, Delivery Next' Energy Next, March [ read now ]
  • Herath Gunatilake, Karthik Ganesan, and Eleanor Bacani (2014) 'Valuation of Health Impacts of Air Pollution from Power Plants in Asia: A Practical Guide', ADB South Asia Working Paper Series, October [ read now ]
  • Shannon Dilley, Arunabha Ghosh, Anjali Jaiswal, Vaibhav Chaturvedi, and Bhaskar Deol (2015) ' Reducing Stress on India's Energy Grid: The Power Sector Benefits of Transitioning to Lower Global Warming Potential and Energy Efficient Refrigerants in Room Air Conditioners 'CEEW NRDC Interim Issue Brief, March [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh and Hem Himanshu Dholakia (2015) 'Competitive pollutionism no good' Business Standard, 17 March [ read now ]
  • Council on Energy, Environment and Water (2015) 'Negotiating the Climate Cliff: India's Climate Policy and Intended Nationally Determined Contributions', Conference Report, February [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh (2015) 'Speed, scale, skill...solar?' Business Standard, 17 February [ read now ]
  • Abhishek Jain, Poulami Choudhury, and Karthik Ganesan (2015) 'Clean, Affordable and Sustainable Cooking Energy for India: Possibilities and Realities beyond LPG', February [ read now ]
  • Arunabha Ghosh, Shalu Agrawal, Poulami Choudhury, Kanika Chawla, Anjali Jaiswal, Meredith Connolly, Bhaskar Deol, and Nehmat Kaur (2015) 'Clean Energy Powers Local Job Growth in India', CEEW-NRDC Interim Report, February [ read now ]

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Transition to Low Global Warming Potential Refrigerants in India: The Foam Sector Shows the Way  By Ankita Sah, Lekha Sridhar, and Vaibhav Chaturvedi With the upcoming global negotiations to the Montreal Protocol, it is likely that an amendment...
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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
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