Clean Power

Leading the change for more than 10 years

Meeting rising power demand with clean energy. Optimizing the generation, distribution and utilization of power. Transitioning to renewable energyFacilitating reforms in the distribution sector Increasing access to clean energy sources

Energy in the form of electricity fuels economic growth. India has a 1.3 billion strong population. This coupled with an increased push for indigenous development means that India’s power demand is set to rise manifold over the coming decades. Projections forecast a rise in demand from approximately 949 terawatt-hours in 2015 to between 2074 terawatt-hours to 2785 terawatt-hours by 2030.

India’s demand for power comes from diverse sectors including industries, residential and commercial buildings, agriculture, rural and urban infrastructure, transport. among others. But it is important that the demand for electricity not be looked upon in isolation. The energy sector accounts for the highest carbon emissions in India. We must meet the rising demand with clean sources of power in order to promote energy security and climate stability.

The opportunity to meet India’s power demands with cleaner energy options has never been brighter. The Saubhagya scheme has succeeded in connecting almost all Indian households to the electricity grid. The Indian government is committed to achieving the Nationally Determined Contributions as part of the Paris Climate Agreement as well as ensuring year-round energy access to all its citizens.

Transitioning to renewable energy

Facilitating reforms in the distribution sector

Increasing access to clean energy sources