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This compendium contains the key research and analysis of all the four PAT Pulse issues released in 2016.

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The year that was - Our work in the clean energy space in India. Browse through this report for an overview of our activities and results.

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  • Use the power of the Air Act to fight pollution

    It is within our power to see that all Indians are able to breathe clean air. What is necessary is the political will to wield existing legal authority, and to pursue that aim with sufficient determination.>>

    Business Standard  |  28 Mar 2017
    More extreme and unusual weather in 2017: UN weather agency

    The extreme weather patterns are continuing in 2017 with powerful Atlantic storms driving an influx of warm, moist air, says World Meteorological Organisation.>>

    Live Mint  |  24 Mar 2017
  • Electrification drive: REC averages 30,000 new connections per week

    India is in electrification overdrive, with about 30,000 new electricity connections being granted every week. State-run Rural Electrification Corporation is targeting to scale up the drive to grant 100,000 connections every week. India has never seen electrification at such large scale earlier, and neither have details been made available on electrification at household level.>>

    The Economic Times  |  21 Mar 2017
    Govt cuts 23 million tonne CO2 emission in a year by using LED bulbs

    The government has cut 23 million tonnes carbon dioxide emission by the use of energy efficient LED bulbs and has saved 28,588 million units of energy.>>

    The Economic Times  |  21 Mar 2017
  • India's solar capacity grows over 3 folds to 10,000 Megawatt in three years

    India's solar power generation capacity has crossed 10,000 megawatt (MW), a more than three-time jump in less than three years as government pushes for renewable energy sources to meet galloping demand.>>

    The Economic Times  |  12 Mar 2017
    Railways plan to save energy worth Rs 41,000 cr in 10 yrs: Suresh Prabhu

    Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today said his Ministry has drawn up an action plan to save energy worth Rs 41,000 crore over the next ten years.>>

    The Economic Times  |  05 Mar 2017
  • Move people, not cars: The green way forward

    India’s fast-paced growth is accompanied by an equally rapid expansion of urban areas. However, what overtakes the urbanisation is the increase in the concentration of population in the existing urban areas.>>

    The Indian Economist  |  28 Feb 2017
    Niti Aayog to rank states on energy efficiency

    India’s policy think-tank, Niti Aayog, will soon rank states on the basis of energy efficiency, a move which will help India achieve its international commitment of lowering energy consumption.>>

    The Economic Times  |  23 Feb 2017
  • Government Plans Push For Large-Scale Adoption Of Electric Vehicles In India

    The government will brainstorm on Thursday on how best it can be able to push large-scale adoption of electric vehicles in the country, ahead of the roll-out of FAME India - the national mission on electric mobility.>>

    NDTV  |  22 Feb 2017
    In race to clean energy, emerging nations seize bigger role - World Bank

    A range of developing countries have emerged as leaders in a global race to switch to sustainable energy by 2030, by boosting their policies to help improve people's access to reliable, affordable and clean power, the World Bank said.>>

    The Economic Times  |  15 Feb 2017