Unlocking Australia-India Critical Minerals Partnership Potential examines demand drivers in India for critical minerals and growth outlook for downstream sectors, including emerging industries such as electric mobility and renewables. The report highlights Australia-India trade, investment and R&D partnership opportunities across the critical minerals supply chain.  It also provides recommendations to government and industry on progressing cooperation, including to address supply chain vulnerabilities.
A report by BloombergNEF on the Hydrogen Market Outlook.
India has committed itself to increasing the number of Electric Vehicles (EVs) in its motor fleet with a slew of supply and demand side measures to boost their uptake. This White Paper considers the role Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technology can play in driving EV adoption in the country. V2G has emerged as a novel value stream for EV owners and represents a potential global opportunity worth USD 17.43 billion. With India heightening its efforts towards a shared, electric and connected future, this paper locates V2G as a potentially disruptive instrument in achieving India’s adoption targets. The paper outlines a range of principles to guide future policy action in this domain and show the way for further research, collaboration and innovation.
This  report maps  out  how  the global  energy sector can reach net zero by 2050. I believe the report – Net Zero by 2050: A roadmap for the global energy system – is one of the most important and challenging undertakings in the IEA’s history. The Roadmap is  the culmination of  the IEA’s pioneering work on energy  data modelling, combining for the first time the complex models of our two flagship series,  the World Energy Outlook and Energy Technology Perspectives. It will guide the IEA’s work  and will be an integral part of both those series going forward
The global power and transportation sectors of the future will be fundamentally different from today.
This review of EV policies of 12 Indian states, with notified or draft policies in place, provides a comprehensive overview of policy incentives and mechanisms being deployed for promoting electric mobility in these states. It is expected to be useful for state- and city-level policy makers as they design, revise, refresh and implement tailored initiatives to support the accelerated growth of the EV ecosystem.
A new phase of distributed energy resource management is on the horizon.  A new phase of distributed energy resource management is on the horizon. A dramatic increase in the uptake of DERs is playing out in parallel with utilities setting aggressive decarbonization goals.
The report identifies solutions to direct capital and financing to aid in India’s EV transition. India has signalled that the future of mobility is electric. The economics of vehicle electrification are improving, with battery pack prices decreasing from about INR75,000/kWh in 2010 to INR13,000/kWh in 2019. Despite a dip in EV sales in 2020, due to the economic effects of COVID-19, confidence in India’s EV future will continue to grow as technology costs decline further, operators gain experience with EVs, and new business models prove their viability. Yet, many well-documented barriers to EV adoption remain, ranging from technology cost to infrastructure buildout to consumer behaviour. The public and private sectors are diligently working together on solutions to each of these barriers. These solutions include: Production-Linked Incentive (PLI) Scheme, with an outlay of INR18,100 crore (USD2.4 billion) for the Advanced Chemistry Cell battery sector Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (FAME) India Scheme, Phase II with an outlay of INR1,000 crore (USD135 million) for the deployment of charging infrastructure
This document provides an insight on the strategies for metamorphosing Indian Blockchain ecosystem to make India as one of the leading countries in terms of harnessing the benefits of this emerging technology.
On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), the Nationally Determined Contribution-Transport Initiative for Asia (NDC-TIA) is a joint project of seven organisations and with the engagement of China, India, and Vietnam.
This report has been prepared by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) with support from the U.S. Department of State to inform a broader dialogue around the future direction of India’s approach to enabling energy storage investments.
Transforming the global energy system in line with global climate and sustainability goals calls.
This report examines how the Government of India (GoI) has used subsidies to support different types of energy. This report examines how the Government of India (GoI) has used subsidies to support different types of energy, updating two previous reviews of India’s energy subsidies—India’s Energy Transition 2017 and India’s Energy Transition, 2018 Update. The underlying data have been updated to FY 20191 and made easier to explore with an accompanying data portal. Detailed descriptions of existing subsidies can be found in our previous publications, while descriptions of new subsidies are available on the IISD website. We seek to answer: How have India’s energy subsidy policies changed? What have been the most significant developments in India’s dynamic energy policy environment? And is public support aligned with India’s desired energy future?
India is expected to become 1 one of the global hotspots for electric mobility, supported by concerted efforts by governments at the national, state, and city levels to decarbonise the transport sector by adopting electric mobility and increasing India’s reliance on renewable energy. Complementing the efforts being taken by the government, public and private sectors, this policy brief endeavours to address the most critical operational issue of the availability of a robust EV charging infrastructure in cities. This brief for policymakers is the summary of a joint study led by UCLA in collaboration with Ola Mobility Institute 2 to better understand the potential costs and savings of, and the charging infrastructure needed for electrification of on-demand mobility services 3 . This study identifies strategic locations for the installation of EV charging stations in Delhi, through scientific modelling and a data-driven approach, that is required to meet the same ride-sharing demand with a fully electric fleet. The framework developed in study can be applied to other cities and can help a city cater to the charging requirements of high-utilization vehicles such as on-demand mobility (offered by ride-hail and rideshare platforms). By strategically locating charging stations along high-demand corridors within a city, the government can also ensure high utilization of the charging stations. Overall, through the adoption of e-mobility, a city can witness reduction in air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions while reducing costs and increasing pay-offs for both drivers and transport network companies. E-mobility also has the promise to increase the reliance on renewable energy and introduce new revenue streams for the power sector. At the national level, e-mobility reduces reliance on import-dependent fossil fuels making the country energy secure, unlocks sustainable livelihood opportunities and makes cities more livable.
TAF (The Asia Foundation) and IRADe (Integrated Research and Action for Development) have collaborated in an endeavor to study different options towards India’s renewable transition in general, and the ‘Role of Pumped Hydro Energy Storage (PHES)’ in particular. The objective is to create a platform to proceed in a deliberate manner and to bring into focus the possibilities presented by closed-loop off-river pumped hydropower in the transition. This option has so far has not figured prominently in the relevant conversations, and projects a very favorable condition towards transition. At present, India has 4.7 GW4 of installed pumped storage capacity, only around half of which is operational.

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