India Puts 5-Year Pause on New Coal Plants, Bets on Renewables, Batteries
By Sibi Arasu
India’s new national electricity plan is hailed by energy experts as a positive step for a country that is currently reliant on coal for around 75 percent of its electricity.
With India’s Electrical Grid Under Strain, Rural Hospitals and Clinics Find Reliable Power in Rooftop Solar
By Sibi Arasu
The reliability that solar has brought has been a revelation.
Do Adani’s Woes Matter for India’s Clean Energy Transition?
By Sibi Arasu and Aniruddha Ghosal
Adani is still working on existing renewables projects but not those in the pipeline.
Why India’s Renewable Push Will be a ‘Gargantuan Task’
By Anupam Nath and Aniruddha Ghosal
Big solar and wind facilities are sparking conflicts with local communities as land ownership is fuzzy at many project sites.
Can India’s Carrot and Stick Strategy Decouple its Solar Revolution from China?
By Vibhanshu Shekhar
All else being equal, decoupling with China could affect India’s solar energy commitments.
India’s Rising Stature as a Solar Power
By Chithra Purushothaman
New Delhi’s International Solar Alliance envisions a green future.
Look West, Think Ahead: The Role of Renewables in India’s Energy Security
By Heather Byrne
The future of India’s energy security lies in diversifying its portfolio.
India's Power Struggle and Solar Epiphany
By Radhika Lalit
Can India meets its ambitious target of 100 GW of solar energy?
India’s Solar Dream: Resolving the ‘Land’ Conundrum
By Dhanasree Jayaram
The Modi government has announced some impressive plans, but it will need to find the land to accommodate them.