Three-day training on Environmental management of Renewable energy projects

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is organizing a three-day training programme on Environmental management with specific reference to renewable energy power projects. The three-day training programme aims to address the following topics: Why EIA is important for renewable energy project? Environmental and social issues associated with the sector Applicable policy, guidelines and legal provisions for the sector in India

Three-day training on Environmental impacts of Renewable energy projects

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is organizing a hands-on three-day training programme on Environmental Impacts with specific reference to renewable energy power projects. The three-day training programme aims to address the following topics: Why EIA is important for renewable energy project? Environmental and social issues associated with the sector Applicable policy, guidelines and legal provisions for the sector in India

Capacity for Change: Understanding the Renewable Energy Scenario in India

UNDERSTANDING THE RENEWABLE ENERGY SCENARIO IN INDIA Date: TO BE ANNOUNCED Want to know what the buzz about energy and renewable is all about? Participate in this new course to update yourself on new and exciting developments. Choose smart and be the first to know. Empower yourself with CSE’s forthcoming new report on the state of renewable energy.

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CSE responds to United States OPIC and Exim Bank - on the use of climate finance to kill the Indian solar panel industry

The United States Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and the US Exim Bank have evaded any response to the central contention of the recent release from Centre for Science and Environment (http://www.cseindia.org/content/us-using-climate-finance-kill-indian-solar-panel-industry-cse ). Both have chosen to remain silent on use of climate ‘fast start financing’ to give subsidised loans to Indian project developers who buy equipment from US producers, thus undermining the Indian domestic manufacturing industry.