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States, Discoms Need To Do More for Success of Grid Connected Options in PMKUSUM, Says Study

The Indian government has been giving a renewed push to the PM-KUSUM scheme that promises reliable power supply for irrigation. But the proposed solarisation models, especially component A and C that involve grid connectivity have fared poorly so far. A new study by the Council on Energy, Environment, and Water (CEEW) and Shakti Sustainable Energy […]

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Floating Solar On A Growth Path

In Solar’s rise to pre-eminence from a fringe renewable energy option just a decade back, it’s time to consider the rise of floating solar (also called floatovoltaics in many cases). To think that it did not even exist at any scale till 2013. The earliest patent on floating solar was taken out only in 2008. […]

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Consultant – Low Carbon Pathways

CEEW seeks to hire a suitable candidate as a consultant in the domain of climate change to foster supportive and informed discourse and prioritization of climate action among stakeholders in India. The consultant will coordinate the development of a medium-term climate change advocacy strategy for Bihar. The range of inter-related functions that he/she will perform […]

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Research Intern Sustainable Mobility

Carry out data cleaning and analysis of the real-time bus GPS data collected from open transit data portal. Analyse different bus performance metrics to assess the performance of bus servies in Delhi. Supplement the bus GPS data with socio-economic and smartphone GPS data to generate meaningful insights. Participate in creating and labelling training data for […]

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India Renewables Dashboard Launched, To Offer Generation Data On Renewables

In a move that needs to be widely welcomed, the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) and CEEW’s Centre for Energy Finance (CEEW-CEF) have launched the India Renewables Dashboard yesterday. The dashboard will provide detailed operational information on renewable energy (RE) projects in India. The move, if executed ell, will be a welcome addition to the quality of data […]

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Over 90% Families Have Electricity Meters, Billed Regularly: CEEW

As many as 93 percent of families have metered electricity connections and 91 percent of households are billed regularly for power consumption, as per CEEW. As many as 93 percent of families have metered electricity connections and 91 percent of households are billed regularly for power consumption, as per two independent studies released by the CEEW. The studies are based on findings from India Residential […]

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PM-KUSUM – The Solar Saviour?

The PM-KUSUM scheme seeks to be the ultimate gamechanger for energy security and the rural economy. We examine the early challenges that it is facing and come to a conclusion. It’s a great idea that will need tweaks to increase coverage, and some key policy interventions to get on schedule. By Prasanna Singh You know […]

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