Author Archive: Vibhuti Garg

Energy Economist Vibhuti Garg has advised several private and public sector clients on commercial and market entry strategies, investment diligence on power projects, and the impact of power sector performance on state finances. She has worked in Nepal, Bangladesh, Vietnam and in the Caucasus.

IEEFA update: India on track to meet majority of Paris goals

IEEFA update: India on track to meet majority of Paris goals

Becoming a global climate leader by meeting one target a decade earlier

Dec 3, 2018: IEEFA finds that  India is on track to achieve the majority of its Paris agreement goals, with further estimates that India will achieve its 40% non-fossil fuel capacity target a decade early. India’s achievement follows Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 2015 announcement of ambitious policy commitments to meet the global Paris Agreement, with an emphasis […]

IEEFA India: More advances in solar transition

Evidence of the effects of progressive governance policies

India is moving rapidly ahead with its clean energy transition, setting an aggressive target of having 175 gigawatts of installed renewable energy in the country by 2022. Of this, the government anticipates 100GW will be solar given the resource’s huge potential in India. As of 31 July of this year, India has 23GW of installed […]

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