Indian MPs Partner With Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago

New Delhi, India - With the goal of accelerating pragmatic solutions for India’s diverse energy challenges, Indian MPs - through the Climate Parliament - began a partnership with the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago’s India office (EPIC-India) on the 21st of February in New Delhi. Through the collaboration, the two organisations will work together in the areas of electricity sector reform, energy and environment policy analysis and capacity building. The MoU signing ceremony in New Delhi was attended by Dr Sanjay Jaiswal, Member of Parliament from Paschim Champaran in Bihar and Mr Vincent Pale, Member of Parliament from Shillong in Meghalaya. Sharing his thoughts, MP D

El Parlamento del Clima envía cartas a los Ministros de Medio Ambiente y Energía de Chile

La red chilena del Parlamento del Clima ha enviado cartas al Ministro de Medio Ambiente, Pablo Badenier, y al Ministro de Energía, Andrés Rebolledo, solicitando dar inicio a un diálogo entre múltiples actores –incluyendo al gobierno, el Congreso, la sociedad civil, la industria y expertos académicos– para explorar una revisión de las metas de energías renovables no convencionales (de 20% a 30% a 2025) y de energías renovables (de 70% a 100% a 2050) de Chile. Las misivas también proponen tomar medidas para impulsar la electrificación del transporte utilizando los abundantes recursos de energía limpia y barata de que dispone el país. Las cartas enfatizan que Chile es muy vulnerable a los efect

Our MPs in Chile call on ministers to ramp up ambition on renewables

Climate Parliament MPs in Chile have sent letters to the Minister of Environment, Pablo Badenier, and the Minister of Energy, Andrés Rebolledo, requesting a dialogue between multiple stakeholders –including the Government, Congress, civil society, industry and experts– to explore revising Chile’s current non-conventional renewable energy target (from 20% to 30% by 2025) and renewable energy target, which includes large hydro (from 70% to 100% by 2050). The letters also propose to take steps to promote the electrification of transport using Chile’s abundant and affordable clean energy resources. The letters stress the facts that Chile is very vulnerable to the effects of climate change, it ha

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