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.
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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.
The government’s push for renewable energy has been one of its main defence against criticism for using fossil fuels.
A new report finds that support for fossil fuels has increased to over seven times the subsidies of clean energy.
New research suggests that India needs to grow financial support for renewable energy to reach its goals for Aatmanirbhar Bharat and clean energy transition.
Experts will discuss India's energy subsidies from FY 2014 to FY 2020, major shifts since COVID-19, and how subsidies can promote clean energy transition.
This report estimates India's energy subsidies over seven years and analyzes the implications for national clean energy targets.
Building Bridges to a Just Transition: Connecting India's challenges and solutions with international experience
This brief provides an initial assessment of priorities and opportunities for research and information sharing on just transition in India based on a review of international literature and expert interviews.
This report considers options for subsidy targeting in India by using a survey of over 900 households to analyze the distribution of LPG subsidies in the state of Jharkhand.