Date: February 10-12, 2020
Date: February 10-12, 2020
Press Release:Feb. 28, 2014 Decentralised renewable energy is the solution to India's energy poverty Programme Brochure - Anil Agarwal Dialogue 2014 [pdf] Concept Note [pdf] Factsheet [pdf] Presentations (Day 2) Session 1 Scaling up Renewable – a possible proposition? By: Nayanjyoti Goswami, Programme Director CSE Scaling up Renewable Energy in India By: Dr. Praveen Saxena, Advisor Ministry of new and Renewable Energy Government of India Session 2 Case for changing India's approach to solar By: Jasmeet Khurana,Head-Market Intelligence Bridge to India Session 3 Green norms for wind power By: Kanchan Kumar Agrawal, Programme Officer CSE Wind Resource Assessment By: Ranjit Bharvirkar, Advisor Regulatory Assistance Project Session 4 State of renewable energy A citizen’s report By: CSE Presentations (Day 1) Session 1 Energy Access and Renewables: Is a Leapfrog Possible? By: Sunita Narain, Director General CSE Energy Access and Renewable Energy By: Dr Satish Balram Agnihotri, Secretary Ministry of New and Renewable Energy Challenge of Energy Access in India By: Shri B.K Chaturvedi Session 2 “The chulha trap” Energy access for health security of the poor By: Anumita Roy Chowdhury, Executive Director CSE Why uptake of Improved Cook Stoves and Biogas plants has been slow in rural India? By: Priyadarshini Karve Samuchit Enviro Tech Prakti: Smart stoves for smart cooks By: Mouhsine Serrar Session 3 De-centralised Micro Grids in India By: Anshuman Lath, Co-Founder Gram Oorja Electricity Access through Decentralized Distributed Generation:Financing Issues & Challenges By: Mr. B.V. Rao Scaling up DECENTRALISED renewables for rural electrification By: Chandra Bhushan, Deputy Director General CSE Session 4 Sustainable Energy Access in India - Enabling Factors By: Shirish Sinha, Senior Thematic Advisor – Climate Change, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation News Clippings Greater Kashmir | March 03, 2014 JK signs MoU for 7,500 MW solar power generation Greater Kashmir | March 02, 2014 JK non-performer in renewable energy: Report Central Chronicle | March 01, 2014 Renewable energy key to solve power crisis CSE BOOK State of Renewable Energy in India A Citizen's Report
Anil Agarwal Dialogue 2015: Poor in climate change: How the co-benefit agenda of short-lived climate pollutants can work for or against people and the Planet See full coverage details
Jacaranda and Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. March 11-12
Two-day Anil Agarwal Dialogue on Green Clearances kicks off in Delhi with 150 participants from NGOs across India Dialogue organised by CSE to discuss clearance processes, whether these processes are working, and what they aim to achieve
Union minister for new and renewable energy, Farooq Abdullah, releases CSE’s Citizen’s Report on State of Renewable Energy
Anil Agarwal Dialogue brings together different stakeholders to discuss issues of national importance. The previous editions of the dialogue have discussed mining, forest clearances and water management. These discussions have been instrumental in pushing for reforms in the respective sectors. This year, the Anil Agarwal Dialogue will address the issue of energy access and the role of renewable energy in providing energy to all.