by Eli Birgé This Monday, Kenney Auditorium at Johns Hopkins SAIS filled with students, practitioners and members of the energy community, gathered for the official launch of the Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy. SAIS ..
by Paasha Mahdavi, Georgetown University Energy companies all over the world are constantly strategizing about whether, if not when, their operations will be expropriated by host governments. At the same time, major petroleum discoverie..
by Johannes Urpelainen, originally published in Climate Politics Prime Minister Modi’s new electrification scheme, Saubhagya (good fortune), aims to electrify all Indian households by end of 2018. Although the focus on households in..
by Johannes Urpelainen, originally published in The Energy Collective Last week, the United Nations’ Sustainable Energy for All (SEforAll) published a new report called Energizing Finance to compare actual investment in energy acces..
by Johannes Urpelainen, originally published in The Energy Collective India’s turn toward renewable energy has been widely hailed, but the future promises challenges that put the country’s climate leadership to test. When Don..
by Johannes Urpelainen, originally published on Medium India’s Draft National Energy Policy, published by NITI Aayog on June 27, proposes to change the national definition of village electrification. The change would only consider a ..
by Johannes Urpelainen, originally published on Medium A key lesson from the past decade of electrification in India and the surge of decentralized energy technologies is that grid extension and decentralized solutions are complementary..
by Johannes Urpelainen, originally published on Medium With a population of 200 million, Uttar Pradesh (UP) is India’s largest state. It is also the state with the largest number of unelectrified people. In the 2011 Census of India, ..