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In today's complex geopolitical and economic environment, India needs to judiciously manage its energy import dependence, says Deepti Mahajan, Associate Fellow, Centre for Research on Energy Security.

Tags: West Asia and North Africa (WANA), India's energy security, import dependence, Global energy market, energy supply

Given India's energy shortage, integrating the renewable energy resources and distributed generation with conventional grid could be a more feasible option, says Parimita Mohanty, Fellow, Centre for Distributed Generation.

Tags: West Asia and North Africa (WANA), India's energy security, import dependence, Global energy market, energy supplysmart mini grid, renewable energy, India energy crisis, distributed generation

Coal, Power, and Railways should come out of their watertight compartments; stop the blame game, and work together to avoid this annual coal crisis, says S K Chand, Senior Fellow, Resources, Regulation and Global Security.

Tags: West Asia and North Africa (WANA), India's energy security, import dependence, Global energy market, energy supplysmart mini grid, renewable energy, India energy crisis, distributed generationpower stations, Indian Railways, coal supply, coal production, Coal India Ltd

Given the inability of indigenous natural gas to meet the domestic energy demand, India needs a focused approach to develop its shale gas resources, says Arpita Asha Khanna, Research Associate, Resources, Regulation, and Global Security.

Tags: West Asia and North Africa (WANA), India's energy security, import dependence, Global energy market, energy supplysmart mini grid, renewable energy, India energy crisis, distributed generationpower stations, Indian Railways, coal supply, coal production, Coal India Ltdshale gas, renewable energy, natural gas, India, energy security

India's SME sector, with high growth rates, contributes to almost 70% of the industrial pollution. Fiscal instruments can help in making them eco-efficient and sustainable, says Dr Shilpi Kapur Bakshi, Associate Fellow, Resources, Regulation and Global Security.

Tags: West Asia and North Africa (WANA), India's energy security, import dependence, Global energy market, energy supplysmart mini grid, renewable energy, India energy crisis, distributed generationpower stations, Indian Railways, coal supply, coal production, Coal India Ltdshale gas, renewable energy, natural gas, India, energy securitySMEs, pollution, fiscal incentives, energy efficient technologies, energy

It's time we wake up to the perils of Ozone pollution, the control of which demands an understanding of the precursors and meteorological conditions, says Sumit Sharma, Fellow, Earth, Science and Climate Change.

Tags: West Asia and North Africa (WANA), India's energy security, import dependence, Global energy market, energy supplysmart mini grid, renewable energy, India energy crisis, distributed generationpower stations, Indian Railways, coal supply, coal production, Coal India Ltdshale gas, renewable energy, natural gas, India, energy securitySMEs, pollution, fiscal incentives, energy efficient technologies, energyparticulate matter, ozone, climate modelling, climate change, air quality, air pollution