Improving reliability for underserved communities: How lessons from Nigeria could strengthen the Indian electricity grid
12 Oct 2020| Ms Sachi Graber| | Mr James Sherwood
Designed to help address the millions of customers who remain underserved in Nigeria, the undergrid model has wide-reaching implications for countries – worldwide – particularly countries like India, where reliable last-mile supply of electricity continues to be a challenge.
24 Jul 2020
A study by TERI explored the feasibility and potential of solar PV applications in the MSME sector in rural India. Here's what it found
29 Apr 2020
Decentralised models such as solar-biomass cold storage can help preserve horticultural produce, giving farmers the freedom to look for the best price and providing a buffer in uncertain times like the Covid-19 crisis
16 Oct 2019
Providing LPG is necessary but not sufficient. The government needs to adopt supplementary measures to incentivize higher utilization of LPG to succeed in its objective of providing clean fuel.
11 Dec 2018
Not many have looked into the causality between the percentage of a country’s population with energy access and the corresponding rise in its human development score
23 Oct 2018
Much before urban India, the country's rural population had endorsed LED-based solar lighting. Initiatives such as LaBL share the credit of boosting consumer confidence in such products.
17 Sep 2018
Bridging the electricity access gap has necessitated innovation in terms of product design, business models, service delivery systems, tariffs, financial instruments, and capacity building strategies
03 Aug 2018| Ms Kavya Bajaj
Evaluating the Ujjwala scheme through the lens of women empowerment and gender equality
25 Jul 2018
TERI-JEEViKA create market for clean energy access at the bottom of the pyramid; light up 50,000 households through self-help groups in Bihar
11 Jul 2018
Factors like access are important while considering clean cooking fuels for the masses