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  • 31-Mar-2022 | Vandana Gombar

    Unsettling the energy mix, clawbacks

    The energy markets are in a flux and the ideal mix is changing.

  • 03-Mar-2022 | Vandana Gombar

    Follow the money

    India is yet to finalise its offshore wind policy and hold its first auction

  • 06-Jan-2022 | Vandana Gombar

    Electric vehicles, hydrogen and climate

    The rising temperatures across the globe have led to some cities appointing heat officers responsible for cooling interventions

  • 14-Dec-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Green themes of 2022

    Expect to see more local manufacturing announcements in 2022

  • 22-Nov-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Getting the green strategy right

    India is now among the countries committed to net-zero emissions by 2070

  • 30-Sep-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Debt for climate and green power

    India's climate targets are not conditional, but its negotiating position has been that finance and technology must be made available to developing countries

  • 02-Sep-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Hydrogen's green fix

    In Europe, green hydrogen projects using offshore wind are being constructed

  • 03-Aug-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Tipping point for electric two-wheelers

    Globally, China was the largest market for electric two-wheelers in 2020, followed by Vietnam and India

  • 06-Jul-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    A new green wave of growth

    Vandana Gombar assesses the green energy plans of Reliance, NTPC, Tata and Ola

  • 08-Jun-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Has India clinched the manufacturing deal?

    The scheme to offer cash incentives for local manufacturing of solar equipment as well as batteries may require a few iterations to really click, or it may fly in the first round of bidding itself

  • 10-May-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Energy, technology and other saviours

    The more-than-doubling of installed capacity since 2010 has helped reduce shortages. The peak deficit in March 2021 was at 0.5 per cent

  • 31-Mar-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Making power consumer a king

    The Indian power consumer, in addition to being given the choice of buying green electricity only, might also get to choose the supplier soon.

  • 02-Mar-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Betting on green

    There has been a recent spurt of investor interest in India's renewables space, with the outlook for the sector, as well as for electricity demand growth, remaining strong

  • 04-Feb-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    Offshore wind, jobs, hydrogen

    BNEF is forecasting a surge in offshore wind installations this decade

  • 05-Jan-2021 | Vandana Gombar

    A good climate year

    From record low tariff for solar power in India to Joe Biden making climate change his core agenda, 2021 will mark events that will prove to be a good year for the climate

  • 01-Dec-2020 | Vandana Gombar

    The 'stunner' from India

    India's rooftop solar installations are a little over 10% of the 40-Gw target set for 2022

  • 04-Nov-2020 | Vandana Gombar

    India doing well on climate change; on path to meet Paris Agreement targets

    In recent weeks, three countries in Asia have announced their intention to move towards a "net-zero" emissions target: South Korea (2050), Japan (2050) and China (2060)

  • 01-Oct-2020 | Vandana Gombar

    Corporate green power clicks in Asia

    Activity now seems to be picking up pace in the Asia-Pacific region, which accounted for 18 per cent of the corporate power purchase agreements totaling 11.2 gigawatts (Gw) signed so far this year

  • 03-Sep-2020 | Vandana Gombar

    Solar on every farm: Will this help state utilities bridge the revenue gap?

    Most farmers in India get subsidised power, which is priced at a fraction of the cost of supply

  • 06-Aug-2020 | Vandana Gombar

    The race to zero

    Investment in new renewable energy capacity remained resilient in the first half of the year