Energizing the Last Mile: Whenever & Wherever its Needed

Energy grids have traditionally been designed in a hub-and-spoke model, with large centralized power-generating plants providing electricity to a vast consumer base connected via long transmission and distribution lines. The idea was that the bigger you build the power plant, the more effective the electricity system will be. Over a long period, that logic heldContinue reading ”    Energizing the Last Mile: Whenever & Wherever its Needed”

Role of Concentrated Solar Thermal (CST) Technology in Decarbonizing Industrial Sector

India, from the early 2000s, have realized the importance of climate mitigation actions and energy generation through renewable power sources. In 2010, Govt. of India launched National Solar Mission (NSM) under National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) to reduce its carbon footprint and upscale the penetration of solar technology in the country. Since 2014,Continue reading “Role of Concentrated Solar Thermal (CST) Technology in Decarbonizing Industrial Sector”

E-mobility: A Bridge for Last-Mile Connectivity

E-mobility forms a vital and essential chain in the transport ecosystem in the transition towards clean energy and net zero emissions. With India’s target to achieve carbon neutrality by 2070, clean mobility is the key to develop and implement low-carbon solutions within the transport sector. With regard to the country’s efforts towards decarbonizing the transportContinue reading “E-mobility: A Bridge for Last-Mile Connectivity”

Roadmap to Decarbonization in India

Photo: Chris LeBoutillier/Unsplash Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued a ‘code red’ for the world where they have stated that this is the time to take the urgent action to avoid the worst impacts of the increasing climate crisis. According to IPCC, there is only 67% chance of limiting the warming to 1.5°CContinue reading “Roadmap to Decarbonization in India”

Preserving Wetlands as Vulnerable Natural Infrastructure

There is growing evidence that the environment is degrading more than ever before. The pandemic has changed the perspective towards health and environment. While, humankind is shifting more towards nature-based solutions for restoring environment. According to Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), earth’s natural systems are operating in the red category, itsContinue reading “Preserving Wetlands as Vulnerable Natural Infrastructure”