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Key Findings

There is an urgency to invest in alternatives to natural gas to insulate India from energy security and balance of payments risks and from the fuel's inflationary pressure - and, most importantly, to meet low-carbon goals.

High and volatile liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices are an opportunity for India's gas-dependent industries and the city gas distribution network to switch to cleaner, non-fossil fuel alternatives like biogas and biomethane.

Purva Jain

Purva Jain is an energy analyst and guest contributor at IEEFA. She has more than eight years’ experience in the energy and development sectors. Her areas of policy interest include renewable energy, climate change, energy subsidies, electric vehicles and sustainable development.

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