Mapping Government Support for Energy Transition – Lessons from India

Event: Asia Clean Energy Forum 2022: Innovative and Integrated Solutions for a Low-Carbon and Resilient Future

Mapping Government Support for Energy Transition – Lessons from India

14 June 2022
Author / Speaker: 
Swasti Raizada, International Institute for Sustainable Development - Other materials by the author

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Carefully designed energy support measures—subsidies, public utilities’ investments, and public finance institutions’ lending—and government’s energy revenues play a key role in a country’s transition to clean energy. In India, over USD 77 billion of support was provided to the energy sector. This session provides a framework for tracking a country’s progress towards its Net Zero targets and provides a detailed assessment of how aligned is India’s government support in reaching its Net Zero targets.

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Learning Event


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