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Renewable Energy and India’s Energy transition: A status check

可再生能源与印度能源转型:现状考察

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【来源】: 布鲁金斯学会
【时间】: 2018-12-03
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The panel discussion on ‘Renewable Energy and India’s Energy transition: A status check’, hosted experts working in the renewable energy space in India and globally. Moderated by Brookings India Fellow Rahul Tongia, the panel included Kanika Chawla, senior programme lead at Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW); Tim Buckley, director of energy finance studies, Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), Australia; and Gagan Sidhu, independent consultant and former CFO at GMR RE Ltd.


The objective of the discussion was to highlight the challenges that India might face in its ambitious goal to achieve the target of 175 GW of RE, and grow even further. The discussion mainly focused on various challenges in terms of institutional barriers, financing and system level operations.

The panel also discussed the various obstacles for the rooftop solar or distributed RE generation in India. The discussion started with a new framework proposed by Tongia on a ladder of competition between RE (solar and wind) and coal-based electricity, where’s it’s not just simple levelised cost that can be compared, but where issues of location, of time of day, and existing versus new capacity that matter.