As India builds more supply infrastructure and power generation capacity for natural gas, experts say its use must be limited to that of a 'transition fuel' from coal to renewable energy.
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South Asia is home to nearly a quarter of the world’s population, and to some of the countries most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.
As India seeks to transition to clean energy, public sector utilities have an invaluable role to play alongside the private sector.
Solarization of India's irrigation system — driven by PM-KUSUM — coincides with the growing demand for electricity consumption in the agricultural sector.
The loss to the Indian economy due to the pandemic shutdown, and the loss of jobs, shows that the current model of growth is unsustainable, even loss-making, for India.
Even as we hunker down for the COVID-19 third wave, India is gearing up to meet its aspiration of becoming a $5 trillion economy.
India reached a significant milestone with the country's total installed renewable energy capacity, excluding large hydro, crossing 100 GW.
India’s electricity distribution sector is in tatters. Its total debt is estimated to have breached the Rs 5 lakh-crore mark in FY20 and is expected to cross Rs 6 lakh crore in the current financial year.
IISD's Tom Moerenhout looks at what India needs to do to keep up with countries already embracing the trend toward EVs.
From climate change impacts to price fluctuations, producing tea can be a volatile business. Here's how some of the world’s major tea-producing countries are making the industry more stable—and sustainable.