Grantee base All India
A series of publications to dispel myths and perceptions prevalent around renewable energy development, deployment, and operations.
Tagged Under Myth buster, renewable energy
The objective of this paper is to trigger thoughts around the policy, market, and regulatory structures that enable flexible behaviour from (operators of) power plants for effective integration of all types of resources with the grid.
India must progress its climate actions in harmony with achieving its development priorities. A wide spectrum of policy choices are available, however, their institutional, financial and technical implications as well as trade-offs and co-benefits need to be thoroughly evaluated and understood so that policymakers are able take informed decisions.>>
At Kigali, India displayed leadership and flexibility by announcing several important measures to phase down HFCs. Given this important development, Shakti is supporting several efforts to enable a more informed policy discourse on this transition.>>
Shakti supports efforts to promote cleaner technologies by brick makers and to enhance the market penetration of cleaner and resource efficient building materials.>>
A close tracking of international climate negotiations is essential to assess their implications for India. For this, Shakti supports activities to track international climate deliberations and inform decision makers on the actions that India should take to effectively deliver on its climate commitments.>>
Shakti commissioned this program to improve access to capital for Decentralized Renewable Energy (DRE) enterprises in India.>>