India’s 2024 Election and the Role of Renewable Energy – Podcast

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India’s 2024 Election and the Role of Renewable Energy – Podcast

11 July 2024 – by Win Myat Ko Ko

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Energy Insights speaks with Sunil Dahiya, an analyst at the South Asia branch of the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA).

We talk about many topics that revolve around the upcoming Indian election and where energy fits into that picture, including an overview of India’s renewable energy capacity right now, how much Modi’s BJP government can be credited with spurring clean energy growth, the dangers of India simultaneously walking down two energy pathways at the same time with renewables and coal, the development opportunities for renewables in the future and other topics.

In the past, Sunil has been an expert and voice on the implementation of emissions standards for coal power plants in India on issues ranging from research to policy support to coalition development, contributing to India’s first National Clean Air Program. Sunil has also authored multiple reports and research papers on energy and air pollution issues.

W: https://energyandcleanair.org/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sunil-dahiya-b2272986/
X: https://twitter.com/sunil_s_dahiya

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