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Council on Energy, Environment and Water

New Delhi, India
www.ceew.in

Council on Energy, Environment and Water was awarded $2,083,500 between 2016 and 2019, including 5 grants in Climate Solutions.

$280,000

2019 • 2 years • Climate Solutions

The Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) is one of South Asia's leading not-for-profit policy research institutions. CEEW advises federal and state governments on governance issues related to natural resource use and efficiency, security, renewables, energy-climate linkages, and sustainability finance. The award supports CEEW to gather data, conduct analyses and develop models and also to develop and test area-specific solutions for addressing barriers to rooftop solar expansion in the urban residential sector. The project uses a collaborative approach to engage both power distribution utilities and consumers to expand the use of rooftop solar. in the targeted market segment

$920,000

2018 • 3 years • Climate Solutions

The Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) is a leading South Asian not-for-profit policy research institution and ranks among the top climate think tanks in India. The Council advises federal and state governments on governance issues related to natural resource use and efficiency, security, renewables, energy-trade climate linkages, and sustainability finance. This award enables CEEW to develop a detailed energy and emissions modeling architecture for Indian states. CEEW works with the Joint Global Change Research Institute of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the United States to build and test development models for states, based on their respective electricity generation, energy consumption, and emission patterns. The models and the subsequent scenario building contribute to informed decision making, both at the state and federal levels.

$488,000

2017 • 2 years, 6 months • Climate Solutions

The Council on Energy,Environment and Water is a leading South Asian not-for-profit policy research institution and is regarded as one of India's top climate think tanks. The Council works at the global, federal and state levels on issues of governance related to natural resource use and efficiency,security,renewables,energy-trade climate linkages,and in identifying suitable ways to finance clean energy transitions. This award enables the Council to develop India's first comprehensive database on energy usage and access patterns in rural and urban areas of a select group of states,in partnership with the Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy at the John Hopkins' School of Advanced International Studies. The initiative experiments with several innovative approaches to data gathering to ensure that future data collection can happen at minimal cost.

$180,000

2016 • 1 year, 11 months • Climate Solutions

The Council on Energy Environment and Water (CEEW) is a leading South Asian not-for-profit policy research institution, and is regarded as one of India's top climate think tanks. CEEW's work spans global, federal and state level governance issues related to natural resource use and efficiency, security, renewables, energy-trade climate linkages and sustainability finance. This award builds on CEEW's research practice and on its research and modeling capabilities to identify and develop alternate growth pathways for India, with the aim of informing policy makers' technology and investment decisions. Research outcomes will be widely shared with civil society institutions engaged in the climate dialogue.

$215,500

2016 • 1 year, 10 months • Climate Solutions

 The Council on Energy Environment and Water (CEEW) is a leading South Asian not-for-profit policy research institution, and is regarded as one of India's top climate think tanks. CEEW's work spans global, federal and state level governance issues related to natural resource use and efficiency, security, renewables, energy-trade climate linkages and sustainability finance. This award leverages CEEW's strengths and capacities to build India's greenhouse gas emission and usage inventory for three emission-intense sectors - industry, power and inland transportation - by using publicly accessible datasets. This is a first-of-its kind exercise for India, and is expected to form a critical input to the Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) framework that the country adopts to report progress, in 2018, on national commitments made at the Paris climate conference.

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