The India Energy Hour

The India Energy Hour podcast features in-depth conversations with leading energy, development and climate experts from academia, civil society, and the government. Through these interviews, we explore Indian energy transitions’ most pressing hurdles and promising opportunities. We look at the role that government, financial markets, social movements, and science plays in transition. Over time, we will examine energy issues in other Global South countries as well. The podcast is co-hosted by Shreya Jai, a leading energy and climate change reporter, and Sandeep Pai, an energy transitions researcher, and author. The show is produced by Tejas Dayananda Sagar, a multimedia journalist with 101Reporters.

https://101reporters.com/podcast/The_India_Energy_Hour

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h7m. Bisher sind 31 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle zwei Wochen gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 9 hours 51 minutes

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episode 19: Episode 19 - Climate Resilience: Role of Water-Energy-Food Nexus


In the history of the global climate change conferences, it was in the recent COP26 that for the first time there was a separate Water pavilion. Water economy management has faced negligence on the climate discussion table till yet but it is time that water is given the centerstage. Water forms the key bridge in the energy-food supply chain...


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 2022-01-19  57m
 
 

episode 18: Episode 18 - COP26: Key highlights & implications


CoP26 concluded on November 13 with the Glasgow Climate Pact, signed by leaders from nearly 200 countries. The pact aims to limit global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Throughout the two weeks of the conference there were numerous pledges and declarations. Many experts have hailed the Glasgow Climate Pact and the various climate pledges as a success, while others are not satisfied with these agreements...


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 2021-11-19  47m
 
 

episode 17: Episode 17 - COP26: Negotiations, Targets and Realities (Part-II)


COP26, the world’s biggest climate change conference, is now only a week away.

After traversing through the history and functioning of climate negotiations in the first part of our COP special series, in this second part, we delve into key negotiation points at COP26, India’s role in the current negotiations, and what could be the bottlenecks and common grounds between developed and developing world...


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 2021-10-26  1h0m
 
 

episode 16: Episode 16 - COP26: Negotiations, Targets and Realities (Part-I)


COP26, which is the world’s biggest climate change conference, is only two weeks away. Policymakers from over 200 countries will gather at Glasgow to discuss how to move forward with a more ambitious climate agenda. We at the India Energy Hour are really excited to publish two episodes focusing on COP26. We have interviewed two eminent guests who know the ins and outs of COP meetings. This is the first of two episodes...


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 2021-10-19  1h24m
 
 

episode 16: Special Episode - Digging into the Coal Crisis: What, How & Why?


As India goes into the festive season with a rebound in the economy post Covid second wave, the country is facing a power crisis with over 80% of thermal power plants in the country facing a coal shortage. Many states have warned their customers of power shortage and there is considerable panic anticipating these power cuts...


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 2021-10-15  54m
 
 

episode 15: Episode 15 - Financing India’s Green Leap


There is a sudden upsurge of green sector financing in the world - from direct climate financing, ESG goals, to green bonds. India, one of the fastest growing energy markets with ambitious renewable energy plans is looking at these modes to fuel its green targets...


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 2021-10-06  1h6m
 
 

episode 14: Episode 14 - Making India's coal power efficient: What's the right path?


India’s electricity sector is facing two major challenges - low electricity demand and massive overcapacity. On one hand, renewable energy installations are on the rise in the country but it is often curtailed. While 100 GW of solar and wind power have already been installed, 50 GW is under installation and 27 GW is under tendering. On the other hand, India is not cutting down its coal-based power generation but their viability remains under cloud as new efficiency standards kick in...


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 2021-09-21  1h16m
 
 

episode 13: Episode 13 - Climate Change: Impact on India's most vulnerable


Farming communities, forest dwellers, tribals with their rivers, mountains and other natural bounties are in the first line of impact from climate change. The worst part is that the most vulnerable are also the least privileged to save themselves from such havoc...


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 2021-09-03  1h8m
 
 

episode 12: Episode 12 - Has the sunrise moment of Indian solar manufacturing arrived?


India's solar manufacturing industry has seen only lows in the past decade when solar energy came to the fore in the country. On one side there were cheap Chinese imports eating into the domestic market, and then there were multiple policy flip flops. It is now that the sector is having its moment in the sun with big names venturing into it - from Adani to Reliance Industries. Even the government seems to be offering a steady policy environment and several sops...


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 2021-08-17  1h3m
 
 

episode 11: Episode 11 - Urbanizing India: Impact on energy demand and climate


The International Energy Agency estimates that over the period to 2040, an estimated 270 million people are likely to be added to India’s urban population. How fast India urbanises and industrialises over the coming decades, and the policies that governs these processes will be of crucial significance for countries’ energy future and global climate mitigation efforts...


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 2021-08-04  1h26m