A new financial product aimed at driving investment into energy-efficiency projects performed by Indian energy service companies (ESCOs) is being launched this week by the Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI) and the World Resources Institute (WRI).
By Jonathan Lash and Jessica Seddon Wallack on September 29, 2010
The under-served rural Indian market offers opportunities for investors to support the sustainable energy solutions of the future.
WRI’s new report, in collaboration with CDF-IFMR, looks at the market potential for clean and renewable energy in rural India.
The market for clean energy products and services is increasing among India’s rural poor, and according to a new analysis, could potentially grow to more than USD 2 billion per year.
By Saurabh Lall, Santosh Singh (CDF-IFMR) and Sreyamsa Bairiganjan (CDF-IFMR) on September 1, 2010
SBA Hydro is just one of the many companies starting to bring clean energy to India’s rural poor.
The World Resources Institute (WRI) has named Kirsty Jenkinson as director of its Markets & Enterprise Program.
The New Ventures directors answer questions about what small, sustainable companies can do to boost local economies and protect the environment.
The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) in India initiated an accreditation process to encourage the adoption of more energy efficiency projects through Energy Service Companies (ESCOs).
By Ella Delio and Kathy Doucette on June 30, 2009
The market potential for energy savings companies (ESCOs) in India is great, yet barriers still stand in the way of the industry’s growth.
Concentrating solar thermal (CST), a renewable energy technology that can provide electricity around-the-clock, has the potential to replace traditional fossil fuel-based power sources and become a central part of the U.S. power supply.
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