India's Energy Transitions: Difficult Choices
India is undergoing several energy transitions, each of which will matter for its human development and global sustainability. It must undertake programs at scales and within timelines not witnessed anywhere else, create appropriate market conditions to give direction and confidence to technology innovators and investors, and ensure energy security within a rapidly shrinking carbon constraint. What is working? What is challenging? What more can be done?
The Wadhwani Chair in U.S.-India Policy Studies and Energy & National Security Program are pleased to host Dr. Arunabha Ghosh and Abhishek Jain, who will present evidence using on-ground primary data and policy analysis undertaken at the Council on Energy, Environment, and Water, South Asia's leading policy research institution, to answer address these questions. Dr. Kartikeya Singh will moderate a discussion following the presentation.