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CRISIL Report on Getting Charged

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By 2024, as much as 43-48 percent of new 3-wheelers (excluding e-rickshaws), and 12-17 percent of new two-wheelers sold in India will be electric vehicles (EVs), a study by CRISIL Research has shown. But traction may be low for 4-wheelers, with only 5 percent of new sales likely to be EVs. The study looked at […]

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IEEFA Report on India’s Renewable Energy Policy Headwinds

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After the addition of on average 13GW of renewable energy capacity in FY2016/17 and FY2017/18, India’s renewable capacity additions were expected to grow on average at 20-25GW in line with the target of 175GW by December 2022. However, less than 10GW of on-grid renewable capacity and installs were added in FY2018/19. This is expected to […]

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GOGLA Report on Repowering Opportunity in South Asia

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As the world is running out of time to reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), off-grid solar is emerging as a powerful tool for change. Through technology and business innovation, THE industry is working hard to develop products and services that bring light and energy services to energy-poor households. Every day we see the positive […]

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Sandbag & Agora Energiewende Report on The European Power Sector in 2019

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A new report, presenting the latest insights on Europe’s electricity transition has revealed that CO2 emissions fell by 12 percent across Europe in 2019, as wind and solar energy sources provided more electricity than coal for the very first time. The report, “The European Power Sector in 2019” published recently by the climate think-tank Sandbag […]

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IRENA Report on Renewables for Refugee Settlements

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Refugees and displaced people mostly depend on the energy that is unsustainable and can harm their health and well-being. Sustainable energy based on renewables, in contrast, bridges the gap between humanitarian response and development, enhancing the well-being of displaced people and communities. This study from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), prepared in collaboration with […]

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WWF India Report on Global Corporate Renewable Power Procurement Models: Lessons for India

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In India, commercial and industrial (C&I) consumers utilise 51 percent of the total generated power. Of this, a mere 3 percent is from renewable energy. A new WWF-India report, ‘Global Corporate Renewable Power Procurement Models: Lessons for India’ reviews the progress made by C&I consumers globally and in India for renewable power procurement, and highlights […]

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IRENA Report on Future of Solar Photovoltaic

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Wind energy and concentrated solar power (CSP) have reduced their costs significantly, but it is solar photovoltaic (PV) that has reduced its costs dramatically, thanks to rapid developments in China. And a new report has predicted that with annual investments of more than 7 billion, Latin America’s solar PV capacity could increase from the current 7 […]

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CPI Report on Global Landscape of Climate Finance 2019

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Four years after world leaders negotiated the Paris Climate Agreement, national policies and market signals are starting to reflect the urgency of increasing finance into areas of the economy that address climate change. However, a new study shows that while investment in climate action has been steadily increasing, it remains far short of the economy-wide transformation […]

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TERI & Shakti Foundation Report on Rooftop Solar: Perspective of Discoms

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The government of India has set an ambitious target of 175 GW of installed capacity of renewable energy (RE) by 2022, including 100 GW of grid-connected solar power, comprising 60 GW utility-scale solar, and 40 GW solar rooftop. Though India has made significant progress in the implementation of utility-scale solar projects, achieving 40 GW of […]

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