Stakeholder meeting on Renewable Energy Landscape in select Indian states

Climate Parliament India has collaborated with three respected organisations for conducting studies on the “Renewable Energy Landscapes: Gaps and Opportunities” in the three states of Odisha, Karnataka and Maharashtra. The outcome of these studies, carried out by Ashden India Collective (Odisha), Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (Karnataka), Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (Maharashtra). In a meeting on 6th August 2014, the findings and recommendations were presented in front of a large group of experts and stakeholders, from the renewable energy sector in India. The meeting witnessed some important discussions and useful feedback was provided by the experts on the

Indian Minister for Power addresses Climate Parliament meeting

The core committee meeting of Climate Parliament India network took place on the evening of 6th August 2014. It was chaired by Mr. Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Chairperson of Climate Parliament India network and was attended by close to 35 legislators from state legislative assemblies and the Indian Parliament. Detailed discussions on the current status of renewable energy in India, activities of the network and future steps to be taken were carried out. Mr. Rudy in his inaugural address talked about the global Climate Parliament network and its activities, initiatives and achievements. He also talked about the growing presence of the network in the states, with the special emphasis on the state level

Our workshop at the Pan-African Parliament

We're pleased to report that our recent conference on climate and energy issues, held for MPs from the Pan-African Parliament in Midrand, South Africa, earlier this week, was a success. 40 MPs attended from a wide range of African countries and from across the political spectrum, for a one-day intensive workshop on renewables, off-grid energy, and investment in sustainability. The event featured presentations from a range of experts and policy analysts, as well as participant-led discussion sessions for the MPs to feedback and share best practice. Energy deeply influences the life of rural communities. It is fundamental to all aspects of human welfare, including access to clean water, health

Technology no barrier to supergrid

Brussels: No technological constraints exist to the building of a supergrid linking renewable energy sources within Europe and beyond, stressed experts at an event co-organised by the Climate Parliament in Brussels last week. Indeed, China is even considering importing electricity produced from solar power all the way to the country from the Sahara, participants heard at the conference, entitled The Transmission Grid Europe Needs and held in the European Parliament. Installing cables across Europe and with its Mediterranean neighbours – topping up and not replacing electricity produced from renewables domestically - is the only way of weaning the region off fossil fuels. This is because link

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