The global renewable energy programme of CSE aims to eradicate energy poverty through increased deployment of renewable energy.
The key objective of CSE’s renewable energy programme in India is to increase ambition for 100 per cent renewable energy in India. This comprises the following key focus areas:
India faces a huge energy deficit, with millions of households without power for basic lighting or cooking, and coal power is essential for the next few decades to resolve this energy crisis, to address the issue of energy access, which is just as important as the environmental problems of unclean power. Centre for Science and Environment believes that we need to push for renewables – not because we can afford to do without coal, but because it is the urgent requirement to address the looming climate change concerns. At the same time, it is equally important is to clean up our coal power sector so that it does not destroy the environment and take human lives. This entails shutting down old and inefficient power plants, and reducing emissions from the remaining
June 29, 2018
The Tanzanian Power System Master Plan 2016 (PSMP 2016)