Powering Primary Healthcare through Solar in India – Lessons from Chhattisgarh

Around 4.6 percent of primary healthcare centers in India are completely un-electrified making almost 33 million rural Indians depend on PHCs having no electricity at all. Distributed renewable energy could be deployed to bridge this gap. The study documents lessons from Chhattisgarh. 

Renew to Live Anew

In December 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that India would generate 175 Gigawatt by 2022, through Renewable Energy. The target announced at the Climate summit in Paris was a part of India’s comprehensive strategy to combat climate change iThe critics called the targets ‘ambitious’....

Solar for Powering Health and Education in India

This paper, based on secondary literature review, explores the potential of solar energy to power up rural schools and PHCsAuthor Shalu Agrawal, Aditya Ramji and Hem H. Dholakia