by Davida Wood and Sarah Martin. WWF and WRI have partnered to develop a roadmap for creating Sustainable Energy Access Forums (SEAFs) at the country level.
Authors: Sarah Martin and Joshua Ryor. The City of Bengaluru in the Indian state of Karnataka is making progress on rooftop solar PV installations, mainly through its utility implemented net-metering program. Yet, much more needs to be done if the state is to reach its 400 MW rooftop solar target by 2018.
By: Bharath Jairaj, Sarah Martin, Josh Ryor, Shantanu Dixit, Ashwin Gambhir, Aditya Chunekar, Ranjit Bharvirkar, Gilberto Jannuzzi, Samat Sukenaliev, and Tao Wang. April 2016.
This report focuses on developments in the electricity sectors of four developing countries— Brazil, China, India, and Kyrgyzstan, and two developed countries—Germany and the United States.
by Narasimha D. Rao, Anjana Agarwal, and Davida Wood.
Small off-grid electricity systems are growing rapidly in South Asia. Our new study, The Effects of Small Scale Electricity Systems on Rural Communities in South Asia , provides the first assessment of how these systems are impacting communities in the region.
By Bharath Jairaj, Anjana Agarwal, Tara Parthasarathy and Sarah Martin - April 2016
This issue brief examines how improved governance can help make India’s appliance efficiency standards and labelling program more successful.
On August 24th and 25th 2015 in Bangalore, India, EGI hosted their fourth Clean Energy and Regulation Forum. Regulators, civil society and independent experts convened to exchange views on innovative practices to promoting clean energy through the regulatory process.
10 Questions to Ask about Distributed Generation, a collaboration between WRI, WWF and Prayas (Energy Group), is part of the 10 Questions to Ask Series and provides a framework for stakeholder engagement around the common questions and challenges that arise in the context of planning for and implementing DG option to address electricity access gaps.
EGI held its annual Global Partner Retreat from November 22-24, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand, where representatives from each of EGI’s 10 partner countries convened to talk about ongoing and upcoming projects, and key issues and challenges in electricity governance.
by Shantanu Dixit, Ashwini Chitnis, Davida Wood, Bharath Jairaj and Sarah Martin - April 2014
This working paper is part of the “10 Questions to Ask Series”, which aims to build the capacity of electricity sector stakeholders—government agencies, regulators, utilities, the private sector, civil society, and other