Energy solutions

Despite several initiatives by governments and international agencies, the problem of energy access continues to persist in many parts of the world.

“Realising the long-term consequences of the problem, the on-going project at TERI University aims at devising innovative solutions to the problem of energy access through off-grid renewable energy-based systems,” says Gopal K Sarangi, research associate, Centre for Regulatory and Policy Research, TERI University. This research is ongoing and will be on for a period of five years (2009-2014 ).

International Energy Agency’s recent statistics reveal that about 40% of the world’s population lacks any form of modern energy and there is a threat that without any additional policy support and action , more people are likely to slip into the energy poverty trap in 2030 than now.. Read more

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