Mapping India's Energy Subsidies 2021: Time to Renew Support for India’s Clean Energy Ambitions?
Government support is more important than ever for the energy transition in the wake of COVID-19. Shifting government support from fossil to clean energy can ensure that every rupee of public money helps in achieving the goals of access, energy security, and the shift to a low-carbon economy.
The session, hosted by IISD and the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), features insights on how the Government of India has used subsidies to support different types of energy from FY 2014 until FY 2020, and describes major shifts since the onset of COVID-19. Further, we explore how subsidy policy can best promote solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing, and how investments by Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) are supporting the clean energy transition.
Carbon Markets Virtual Pavilion | Resilient Recovery Through Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform
What role does energy price reform play in increasing ambition on climate change, as well as building back better from the pandemic?
Why does a green recovery in Canada need to be fossil fuel subsidy-free?
Join us for an exploration of how fossil fuel subsidy reform can contribute to Canada’s COVID-19 recovery, climate target achievements, and more.
Opportunities in Crises: The role of energy taxes and stimulus in shaping India's green recovery
This webinar brings together diverse perspectives and specific examples of green fiscal reforms and recovery strategies to inform decision-making.
Feasibility of Green Recovery in Indonesia: The role of fossil fuel subsidy reform
This webinar will discuss how fossil fuel subsidy reform could accelerate Indonesia's recovery and create a more resilient economy.